There are only a few things that we can all seem to agree upon once Christmas rolls around. One of the most commonly debated aspects of the season is the holiday films. How the Grinch Stole Christmas is one of the best of the bunch, and if you ask us, we would go out on a huge limb and tell you that it is THE best.
Agree or disagree, you have to admit that this is a great choice. This film gives us the chance to see what the Grinch looked like when he was just a little baby. As you would expect, the moment is adorable and also a bit frightening. Anyone who has ever dreamed of owning one of these babies has been left out in the cold for some time now.
Now, Worbla Crafts is here to help. This Etsy shop is also known for creating replica dolls for the Baby Yoda and Pennywise lovers out there. These Baby Grinch dolls are every bit as awesome as the others…..but they can be creepy. These 20″ Christmas dolls come with all of the necessary touches, including the baby blanket and Christmas outfit.
The Grinch baby looks ready to celebrate Christmas but we all know that he’s not a big fan of the season. We took a closer look at the photos and there are plenty of outfits to choose from. This Grinch baby makes for a great gift for anyone who is looking to show off on the ‘Gram a little bit. All of the outfits are quite adorable and make for a great addition to your holiday parties.
Even if you are only heading to Zoom gatherings this year, this is the perfect pal to have in tow. We cannot wait to show him off to all of our friends and loved ones as soon as possible. These dolls take 2 to 3 weeks to ship, so be sure to put your order in quickly. Each doll costs $300 individually and the level of craftsmanship on display here is off the charts.
Clearly, these are not living babies but they look so lifelike! While we would like to believe that these babies are not going to hurt a fly, no one wants to take any risks. Santa Claus needs to be kept away from these baby dolls at all costs…..just saying. “Santa, bye-bye” is not something we want to hear.SKM: below-content placeholder