If you were a child of the '80s, there's a high probability you owned a Cabbage Patch Kid. Or three.
With their chubby, dimpled cheeks, ropey hair and squishy bodies, they were the dolls that defined a generation and kick-started the maternal instincts of many a little girl (and boy).
Now, all your dreams of owning a real, living, breathing Cabbage Patch Kid can finally, finally be realised. All you need is:
(i) a human baby aged roughly 8 months,
(ii) a giant cabbage leaf to sit her in, and
(iii) a crocheted wig to pop on her head.
It's really that easy.
So. Is this idea outrageously cute? Or an example of nostalgia gone too far?
Either way, handmade Cabbage Patch Kids wigs are quickly taking over the internet, and we have mum-to-be and doll enthusiast Amanda Lillie to thank for it. (Thanks, Amanda. What could possibly come next – Baby Born skullcaps? Clip-on Lego hair?)
Lillie, who lives in the US state of Georgia, fused her love of crocheting with her fondness for the '80s toys and is now making a killing on craft website Etsy.