Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Vintage Baby Ginnette


Well, here I am playing with dolls again. Today I am joining Suzanne over at her blog The Colorado Lady for another Vintage Thingy Thursday. This is my vintage baby doll and her name is Ginnette. Ginnette has cute clothes like these corduroy overalls. Ginnette is the baby sister of Ginny by Vogue Dolls.


She also has her own baby book and some cute turquoise blue building blocks.


She has a toddler feeding table and a pink bassinet to sleep in too.


She has a baby bath too for bubble baths. When you close the lid, you can change her diapers on top.


Baby Ginnette is tired and has gone to sleep in her little nursery. Thank you for visiting us today. Be sure to visit all of the other VTT participants. I feel a nap coming on, how about you Bentley??

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

30 comments:

  1. Sooo Cute!! Gotta sneek them naps while the little boogers are asleep!! LOL.. I just finally found my childhood baby doll. I had to mend her clothes and wash them! her hair was a mess! She looks pretty good now to be, oh my gosh...40 years old!! Rhonda

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  2. Ah, bless, hope you and Bentley enjoyed your nap.

    Hugs RosieP x

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  3. So cute. I love it. I have a doll set similar to yours. I will share it sometime soon.
    Blessings, Vicky

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  4. Lovely post! I noticed the beautiful quilt on the background. I hope you all enjoyed the nap.

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  5. That is all so cute!!! Pity that kind of thing is not made still!! Well not here in the UK anyway!! It would be fantastic for a little girl!!!
    xxxx

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  6. the doll looks like she is in pristine condition. i love how you set up the bubble bath..too cute.Mica/ The Child's Paper

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  7. Susan,
    What a darling little baby doll and all the acessories are so neat, too! Hi Bentley.
    xo
    Robin

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  8. Susan,
    Forgot to mention my favorite babydoll was Thumbelina. I loved that little doll. Then I got Teeny Tiny Thumbeling for Christmas one year, too :)
    Robin

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  9. Your doll is just the sweetest, and how lovely to have all the accessories to go with her. Very nice. Have a great VTT!

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  10. Can I come over to play too. How beautiful...this was such a cute post.

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  11. Ginette is so pretty and so lucky! She has such a lovely room with beautiful furniture and toys and a really lovely quilt!

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  12. Susan, That is just fabulous! Reminds me of my Tiny Tears doll that I had when I was a little girl. Love your header, too. Give Bentley a kiss for me. :-)
    Beth

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  13. What a cute post. Lot of people have dolls. They are something to love and enjoy which will not talk back.

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  14. Oh my gosh - I am in love with her! Where did you get her with all those accessories? Was she yours as a child?

    xo
    Claudia

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  15. How very cute. Makes me want to play with dolls again :-)

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  16. She is just the most darling little thing!! Love your vignettes. She is in such great condition and you have her accessories too! Awesome :)
    *hugs*deb

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  17. I love how you told a story while showing off Ginette's cute accessories!

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  18. I was just reading an article on how toys and dolls is on the rise at the antique markets. Everyone is gobbling them up. She's very pretty. My daughter makes fun of me that my dolls from childhood are in perfect condition. Saving them for great grandchildren. Enjoyed your post. Be sure to stop by often. I enjoyed visiting throughout your blog.

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  19. Ohhhhh,such a beautiful baby doll. And to have all her clothes and nursery things..just wonderful,and I also love,love that sweet quilt in the background.
    Happy VTT..hope you and Bentley have a most lovely weekend.. and give that sweet,darlin puppy a hug from me. He's just adorable..

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  20. Aww! This looks exactly like a doll my mom had when she was a child. She saved it (of course!!) and my little sister played with it tons when we were growing up. One of her other dolls was the one I played with - well, until one day when my evil half-sister chopped her hair off. lol

    Thanks for sharing!

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  21. I love your baby Ginnette. My sisters had Ginny dolls. I didn't know there was a baby too.

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  22. How adorable. It is a very lovely vignette you have staged. That brings back memories. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. How cute! I don't remember a faorite doll but I do remember my sister and I sharing a Tiny Tears doll.

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  24. Oh Susan, we're never too old to play with dolls, are we? I love Ginnette, and all of her wonderful accessories. At our flea market there is a lady who sells alot of dolls from my childhood. I want to go this weekend, but I think I should stay away from her table!
    Happy VTT!
    Carol

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  25. Ginnette is so cute! Love all the accessories she has as well! Gorgeous.

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  26. Hi Susan, oh what a delightful post..i LOVE Ginette and all her goodies. i'm also enjoying a browse around your FUN blog :)
    Thank you for visiting and leaving such lovely comments..cheers, Marian xx

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  27. Lovely lovely doll. Really gorgeous and with all her accessories too. How cool is that! I can't even look because I can't afford another collection.

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  28. Oh.my.goodness! I was happy enough to see the doll but as I scrolled down and saw all of the accessories....how cool is that!

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  29. That is so sweet :) I, too, am interested to know how you acquired her and all her accessories.

    Have a great day!

    Sarah

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  30. Oh my goodness, what an adorable vintage little girl! Did you get that nap in?

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