On a side note…what sculpt is that? It’s adorable!
Oh my gosh…LOL…“child’s play” I think whoever wrote that had fun with it!
I’d hate to be the owner of the car, though…yikes…
After all, these babies are baked @ 265* so no need to break the window! Can you imagine???
I think I’d throw a blanket over the car seat next time so it wouldn’t draw the attention of well-meaning passers-by. BUT…then maybe they’d think there was a baby under the blanket…YIKES…
Cute reborn, though!
If I take any of mine with me in the car I always take them in so I don’t end up with busted window:grinning:
GREAT IDEA! SAVE THOSE WINDOWS!
That’s exactly what I do, too! I don’t want to have to replace any windows.
I put the baby on the floor board and cover it with a blanket or I put her in the trunk. I have heard about broken windows on several occasions.
What a story this lady will have to tell her grandchildren!! That baby really does look very real!! Love the sculpt!
I always include a warning on my reborn care sheet to not leave the doll visible in a closed and locked unoccupied car! I’ve had people at drive-through windows fuss at me because one was on the passenger seat of my car and not strapped into an infant seat!
Lol. Loved the comment about no word why a doll was in a carseat. So funny, but, on a serious note, they have to react quickly as so many people lately have been leaving real babies in cars. When my kids take theirs with us they have to either take it in wherever we go or they have to leave in out of view on the floorboard.
Probably a good idea. I’m always afraid some will call the police if they see me fussing with one while my hubby is driving haha.
I’ve gotten some strange looks while putting one in the trunk. I’m going to consider this incident free advertising of reborns.
I can imagine! And I agree with you!
I have black leather upholstery and I always keep at least one black towel in the car to toss over any “bodies” I may have with me! LOL