In 1984, Hasbro had a hit with this "real life" baby doll. She was designed by artist
Judith Turner. Her popularity was sustained because she was very life-like.
Real Baby is the size of about a six month old and is weighted to feel very real. I don't know what is actually inside her, but it feels rather "smooshie". As far as I know there are two versions, this one, as an awake baby with open eyes, and another that has closed sleeping eyes. She can wear real baby clothing. I saw her advertised in a 1985 Sears catalog with extra clothing and a stroller although these items did not appear to be marked specifically for her. Unlike most dolls, her hair is not rooted but is actually a glued on wig. My little doll's hair has seen better days, but even when new, their hair was rather wispy and fine (like a newborn). She is very cute in a homely kind of way. My dolly has been redressed in real baby clothes.