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League City, Texas
October 14, 2006
From journal North Georgia Mountains
Sheffield, United Kingdom
September 1, 2004
The new kids awaiting adoption in the hospital are from $195 to $350 depending on which size. There are newborns, preemies, and kids. Cheaper models with hard heads are available in the shop, which also stocks clothes and accessories.
The place is set like a hospital with the staff dressed as nurses. A receptionist greets you as you go in, and you progress through the nursery unit and school til you reach the cabbage patch.
As you browse, an announcement is made that a cabbage is about to give birth and everyone has to go to the cabbage patch. The doctor (dressed in green doctors clothes and with a stethoscope) arrives and checks the cabbage. She then informs the audience how many leaves it is dilated. After this the baby is pulled up, wrapped in a blanket, and name suggestions requested. The baby is named and whisked away.
When a kid is adopted you have to swear an oath and an adoption certificate is received.
My husband wasn't too keen on this visit, but I noticed him watching with interest as the baby was born!
From journal Helen and Vicinity
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
July 23, 2004
From journal Sky Valley High in the Great Smoky Mountains
Virginia Beach, Virginia
June 13, 2003
Cleveland is located, maybe, 20 minutes away from Helen. This is a great children's adventure. If your child is loud enough and quick enough, they might just get to have a newborn Cabbage Patch baby named after them! You have to be quick though!
From journal Alpine Village - Helen, GA
South Florida, Florida
February 3, 2001
From journal Gainesville -- Gateway to adventure