Brooks Gelo shops for a doll for her daughter Thursday night at Target. Even dolls can be an issue when buying toys. One day care provider complained that some dolls in one popular line are immodestly dressed.
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Brooks Gelo shops for a doll for her daughter Thursday night at Target. Even dolls can be an issue when buying toys. One day care provider complained that some dolls in one popular line are immodestly dressed.

Experts: Exercise care in matching kids, toys

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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