Raggedy Ann Is Still A Classic - Giveaway

As a child I always wanted a Raggedy Ann and never got one. I did have a Raggedy Andy though. When I had kids I always thought I would get them one but some reason, it never happened. Until now, we have been big fans of Aurora as they have become our go to source for gifts especially for our newborn friends. I love Aurora's high quality, yet affordable collection of stuffed friends. Now, they have a handmade collection of Raggedy Friends.

The original doll with a heart is back!

Goddess had never heard of Raggedy Ann (gasp). Crazy! I guess I never mentioned and her friends must not have them either.

She loves Raggedy Ann and wants some of the tiny ones besides Raggedy Andy. At first she wasn't sure about her and found her to be clownish (she is afraid of clowns), I quickly talked about how friendly and kind Raggedy Ann seemed to me with her sweet face and triangle nose. She got over the fear and feel asleep watching TV holding Raggedy Ann that night.

Aurora has once again proved themselves to be superior in our eyes to a lot of stuffies. My kids love their stuffed friends and play with them all the time. The quality is amazing and Aurora has created an heirloom to be passed down for generations. The classic yarn hair, lacy apron and adorable button eyes never go out of style. Raggedy Ann is a classic children's toy that will never get old.

Thank you to Aurora for putting these beloved characters back into the arms of children of all generations.  Perfect for children 18 months and older, I may get one for my grandmother from the kids. The classic Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls are available in 8", 12", 16" and 25".

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Shannon said...

I'd choose Andy. :)

Risingsouth said...

I would love to have Raggedy Ann. I have all girls.

Anonymous said...

I would love to get the Raggedy Ann.


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randio said...

12" Raggedy Ann.

pauline15 said...

I would love the Raggedy Ann classic large!

Diane52 said...

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DEBIJOT said...

25" Raggedy Ann Classic

Erika P. said...

I would choose the 16" Raggeddy Ann classic large.

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Cjnedrow said...

I would love the Raggedy Ann classic 15 inch doll.
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Sarah Yurga said...

Raggedy Ann is my choice

Kristin said...

The 16" Raggedy Ann Classic Doll!

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heymissvirginia said...

The 25 inch Raggedy ann classic!
(Virginia Rowell)

Mouse said...

I'd love the Raggedy Ann Classic Doll - Large 16" size

Mary Self said...

This really brought back memories! My mother God Rest Her Precious Soul used to make the cutest Raggedy Andy and Ann dolls!

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Sherry Conrad said...

The Classic Raggedy Ann doll

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Jennifer Paige said...

12" Raggedy Ann doll. I had one of these as a child.

Bakersdozen said...

I like the 16" RAGGEDY ANN CLASSIC - LARGE. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jenny18286 said...

I like the 25'' Raggedy Ann

Carole Ingram said...

I like the 25'' Raggedy Ann as well :)

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I like the raggedy ann doll.

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