Cabbage Patch Kids 30th Anniversary Doll Review

CPKReviewJakks Pacific sent us this wonderful Cabbage Patch Kid 30th Anniversary Doll to review for our Holiday Gift Guide. She is so adorable!!!
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I grew up with Cabbage Patch Dolls, I remember my first one had blonde yarn pig tails, an orange and white striped shirt, blue jeans, and sneakers. Her name was Bobbie Jo. I took her every where with me. I love that I can provide my children with Cabbage Patch Kids 30 years later!

The Cabbage Patch kid that we received is this adorable little girl with wavy blonde hair with a little hint of pink streaks. She comes complete with a cute cupcake comb, blue & purple dress, matching boots, and of course a birth certificate with name! Ours has a lovely name, Harper Jadyn!
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Share your favorite childhood toy with your little one by giving them a Cabbage Patch Kid that is unique and different just like them. Standing 14″? tall with beautiful silky blonde hair, this doll is ready to celebrate with bright pink hair streaks and her party dress. She features blonde hair and brown eyes and comes with a cupcake comb, the iconic Cabbage Patch scent of fresh baby powder, a unique, one-of-a-kind name, adoption papers and Birth Certificate. For ages 3 years and up.
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  • Cabbage Patch Kids doll
  • Blonde Caucasian girl with brown eyes
  • Cupcake comb
  • Iconic baby powder scent
  • Comes with birth certificate and adoption papers
  • For ages 3 years and up
  • Measures 14.5″H
  • Made in China

If you haven’t finished your Christmas Holiday shopping yet, I recommend buying a Cabbage Patch Doll for kids age 3 and up. Although my 2 year old has one and she loves it too (just take all little parts away!).

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  1. It is amazing that these little dolls are thirty years old! Congrats!

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