Pram provided with a radio, including antenna and loudspeaker, to keep the baby quiet. United States, 1921.
Um, that’s a “dopey” hat for baby… We don’t know if your baby has to be dopey to wear it or not. We’d bet that any baby wearing said knitted hat will appear slightly dopey — but in that charming way babies can get away with. Anyway, enjoy the free knitting pattern.
Pattern from 1969 Bernat Handicrafter Learn To Knit Book #127.
Don’t worry, people: they’re not real teeth. Who’d snuggle with a toy that had real human teeth in it? Insanity. No, these are fake teeth, which makes them all the more lovable. Just look at that face: don’t you just want to cuddle with it all night long, tucked in soundly next to your sleeping body, watching over you all through the darkness of night?
According to this forum post, Mrs McGettrick saw somebody selling a bag of fake teeth on eBay, and wondered who’d buy such a thing. Nobody can explain how she became the highest bidder. Of course, the next logical step is to install them into Ugly-Doll-looking things, and then call them Fugglers.
By borrowing a light from some guy, I guess. And thank heavens they found away to take care of my lips while I smoke! Excellent priorities, Mom.
Verabee says these big-eyed kitshy beauties are Russian nevalashkas, “traditional baby-shutting-up toy. They make a very soothing clinking noise.”