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Stuffed Plush Baby Doll Kira, 11 inches


Stuffed Plush Baby Doll Kira, 11 inches


Product description

Product Description

Baby Dolls: Kira Doll by Kids Preferred

From the Manufacturer

Kira is made with of the softest plush and lovely floral embroideries. Kira stands 11" and loves to snuggle. Always with a good friend.

From the manufacturer

About Kids Preferred

We are Kids Preferred. Our mission is to dedicate ourselves and our resources to create superior quality, innovative soft toys and gifts for children of all ages. Using unique, playful designs that help instill a love of learning and create everlasting childhood memories. For more than two decades, Kids Preferred has been steadfast in our commitment to bringing superior quality and uniquely designed products.

Our History

Kids Preferred, Inc. (KPI) was founded in 1983 by Louis Premselaar, a visionary with a long family history in the toy business. Premselaar helped grow KPI into the plush toy manufacturers in the world and is known for bringing those superior quality, uniquely designed products to the marketplace under its own brand and through private label programs.

Inspired by innovation, Kids Preferred keeps moving ahead with niche products. At Kids Preferred, we're proud to help the young minds of tomorrow learn through imaginative play. That's why we do what we do!

Stuffed Plush Baby Doll Kira, 11 inches

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