Kidoozie Cozy Cutie Cuddlin Dolly from International Playthings, $20 (U.S.) to $30 (Canada).
The Cozy Cutie doll comes with a few extras, which is always nice. In this case, a pacifier, headband and removable outfit.
Her eyes open and close, and not in an overly creepy way like some dolls, which I appreciate because I don’t fear that my daughter will have nightmare’s like I did with some of the dolls in my room when I was a kid. (Clearly I should have had therapy.)
It’s got an age rating of two-plus. I was surprised when I got Miss Q an American Girl Bitty Baby that it was for kids three and up. This seems appropriate.
I would never spend $30 on this doll. Quality-wise, it’s closer to a $10 toy.
The Cozy Cutie Cuddlin Dolly isn’t particularly special or pretty. Her face doesn’t scream “love me and snuggle me and hold me” like, say, a Bitty Baby. Miss Q is in no way attached to her at all.
Her outfit and accessories are on the cheap side, which would be fine if she was in the $10 or $15 price range, but for $30, I want something nearing Cabbage Patch Kids quality. I want a replica of someone’s signature on that doll’s behind! Just kidding. I always found that kind of weird on my Cabbage Patch dolls.