Melissa & Doug®
Mine To Love Gabrielle - 12-inch Doll
This adorable baby doll is just the right size to hug and cuddle. Gabrielle has molded plastic hair and her beautiful brown eyes open and close! She loves to be held and can also sit up "like a big girl." Her pretty frilled clothing features hearts and flowers and is removable for dressing and undressing fun, and she can suck her thumb or the included pink pacifier.
- Recommended for ages 3 and up
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Mine To Love Gabrielle - 12-inch Doll is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MsEve from Nice Doll I like the doll and my niece is going to love it. I've seen the Melissa & Doug dolls sold elsewhere and the common theme is that the picture is lighter than the actual color of the doll. I purchased knowing that is was going to be darker than the picture but I do wish that the color of the doll was represented properly. There is nothing wrong with a darker complected doll.
Date published: 2018-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by jdsw from Multicultural dolls I like this doll. I would like to see this doll sold in your Belk local stores. I have only seen caucasian dolls sold in your stores. Your store would benefit more if you have a surplus of multifcultural dolls.
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mom of One from Sweet Baby Doll Baby Gabrielle is lovely. My one year old immediately grabbed her as soon as I cut her loose from the box! I like that she comes with a paci and that the hat is removable (some of her dolls have permanent headwear). However, I feel that your website gives false representation of baby Gabrielle. I was actually pleasantly surprised at how dark her skin is, for I was thinking she was lighter like the add suggests. Like I said, I like her skin, but I think it's a bit shameful on your advertising's part for lightening her skin in the website photos (and the photo on the back of the box). I don't know if it's a personal preference for your company, but I find it offensive to advertise a lighter baby when you should be advertising the baby just as she is. I know this is just a baby doll and it's "not that serious" but I think with all of the racial bias that occurs on a daily basis, this isn't something to be looked over. I hope you take this critique seriously and rethink your marketing strategy. Thank you.
Date published: 2016-11-17
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