Adopted and living in Romford
Reborn: 18 th Feb '04
Weight: 5lb 3oz
Length: 21 inches
be more enjoyable and satisfying than having a new baby cradled in your arms?
How many memories does it bring back to you? Nothing else can make you so
"complete" as a person and nothing else is so serene or calming. The little
bundle of joy in your arms, can stir your emotions more than anything else
your eyes and imagine yourself holding that baby. Just feel the weight in your
arms and the intoxicating baby smell. Feel the comfort that it brings to you
and try to stop ‘patting’ the baby as your hands twitch involuntarily.
Bernadette started life, as a
Berenguer SE Baby doll and blossomed into the beautiful life-like baby you see here
through many hours work
in the art
of reborning. Filling this baby, with the love and care any mother would give to
Bernadette has taken many hours, of skill
and dedication, by the artist, to reach the perfection you see before you.
She was first lovingly stripped and
given a nice bubble bath. When she was dry she was given a lovely hue to
her skin tone, by painting her inside with a luscious
blend of acrylic paints.
To give her a natural glowing complexion,
to her soft baby skin. she was blushed on the outside to bring out the natural
beauty of the baby-like skin.
Bernadette was given a new cloth body, filled with
soft natural fibre and her limbs beautifully weighted with silicon to give her a
natural baby weight. She was lovingly hand micro-rooted and groomed with
real mohair, which has been dyed with natural products
suit her skin tone and eyes.
Her eyes are edged with realistic lashes to bring
out the natural beauty of her wonderful eyes. She has also received her
very first newborn manicure and pedicure.
Bernadette will arrive at
her new home wearing the set of clothes as seen in these photo's
A birth certificate,
blanket, her own favourite cuddly toy, a diaper, a brush and comb set, also a
letter to her new mummy will be included.
How can you resist such a cutie ?
Tummy and touché plates are included
Newcastle upon Tyne