Sunday, 5 February 2012

New baby Dollydoodle day wear outfit comes to Alsager

When I first saw this tot for sale this old English rhyme came to mind.....

'There was a little girl,
Who had a little curl,
Right in the middle of her forehead,
And when she was good,
She was very, very good,
But when she was bad,
She was horrid.'

....But I was prepared to take the risk and luckily so far we haven't seen the later part surface!!!

A dear little white cotton baby sweatshirt sporting a tiny rocking horse motif on the chest worn over white, with coloured stars (enhancing the coloured threads used in the  motif) leggings and a little matching knotted beanie hat.


Seen here on a minty little early 1970s Trendon baby girl with tight 'curls' curtesy of Bettina.


The wearing of the little beanie hat has been banned on account of her 'newly done' curls but will be allowed to be worn on the next baby when it's their turn.


Thanks again Sarah. What would I do without you?


  1. Beautiful new addition to the brood Kendal, looks lovely in white and love the little curls so sweet.

  2. I remember that rhyme oh so well!

    Very cute little baby Kendal, how many babies do you have now?! ;-)

  3. I love this curly babe! Dollydoodles makes the most perfect things for our kids. xx

  4. A little jewel... just look at all those luscious golden curls all over her head! She is really a dazzling baby girl!
    Love her new white Dollydoodles outfit with the rocking horse motif and the leggings covered with stars... too cute!
    Thank you Kendal for introducing her... precious photos... and to Sarah W. for her assistance.
    Hugs, -Anne

  5. Your little baby is so adorable....and I am sure that if she decides to be may just let it go by....unpunished....

  6. Love your curly hair baby! I couldn't put a hat on those beautiful locks either. :)
    Great photos especially the close up. Thank you!!!

  7. This was privately emailed to me........

    'Love the little baby with the curls, she is sooo cute and the little outfit suits her perfectly.'