The Cabbage Patch dolls first appeared in the early 1980s, with adoption papers included for the new parents. Edwin Nicholas, Cora Delilah, William Jack, Rose Katniss, Emily Jane, Destiny Raine, and Jared Benjamin were among the dolls’ distinctive names.
In 1978, an American art student named Xavier Roberts designed Cabbage Patch dolls. The dolls were originally known as “Little People,” and they were fashioned entirely of cloth. When Roger Schlaifer bought the “Little People” licencing rights, the name was changed to Cabbage Patch Kids, and every doll sold after 1983 was given a birth name and came with a birth certificate, adoption certificate, and a story about how the Cabbage Patch Kid came to be.
Xavier was a 10-year-old boy who came across the Cabbage Patch Kids after following a BunnyBee through a beautiful waterfall. Xavier discovered that the Cabbage Patch Kids were being grown for the villainous Lavender McDade, who intended to enslave the children in her gold mine. Before delivering them to their new loving home, Xavier set out to verify that every Cabbage Patch Kid was adopted by a loving parent and given a unique name.
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