The Lulla Doll uses a real mother's heartbeat to lull your baby to sleep

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Babies are soooooo cute until you're on your second consecutive week of no sleep and hear crying on the monitor again. The comfort of a parent's touch will always be an unparalleled necessity for children, but the Icelandic company RoRo is helping you outsource that comfort when you need to with a doll.

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Lulla Doll was specifically designed to be the next best thing to being held by a parent. According to their website, "nothing can replace loving human contact but the Lulla Doll aims to be a second best." Read more...

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