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Reward For Missing Bitty Baby

Missing Bitty Baby Signs Posted at Park For Safe Toy Return

Every child loses a toy now and then — a shovel in the sandbox or a jump rope on the jungle gym, but sometimes searching the playground and turning the house upside down doesn't unearth the object. For one little girl, misplacing her beloved and pricey baby doll meant taking action! She and her parents printed and posted missing person flyers all around the park where the plastic babe was last seen.

A $20 reward was even offered for the safe return of the Bitty Baby Apple. At $45 per doll plus the cost of clothing, the tot's mom and pop probably figured this method of recovery was worth a try. To what length have you gone to find your kid's toy?

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lickety-split lickety-split 6 years
My middle daughter (now 11) lost her favorite doll, Teta, when she was 4. It still comes up once in awhile. Where did Teta go.......
skigurl skigurl 6 years
this is cute, and not to mention - most parents (or even non-parents) who found and returned the doll wouldn't accept the reward anyhow...I would return it, because even if you replace it, nothing is the same as your favorite toy/doll etc.
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