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  • Theresa Vickery

    Tubsy: No, she’s not called ‘Tubsy’ because she’s plump; she’s ‘Tubsy’ because she kicks and splashes when you put her in water — and she comes with her own bathtub. I’ve never seen a Tubsy doll, but I’d like to see a water-activated doll that plays in the water instead of peeing & crying. (Not to mention, Tubsy is supposed to stop when she’s out of the water.)

  • Wendy Myers

    Tubsy Doll, Vintage Dolls

  • Debbie Blum

    tubsy doll - Google Search

  • Kelly Mazzara

    #tubsy doll - My absolute favorite baby doll - true childhood memory

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