In Australia, the baby doll market is booming.
It is estimated there are more than 4 million baby dolls in circulation, making up a third of all baby dolls.
Baby dolls have been around since the Victorian Victorian War of 1864, and the Victorian Government banned dolls for use in children’s homes in 1887.
Baby doll owners say they are able to make their dolls as realistic as possible, including a doll that is not only a baby but also has a personality.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) recently released data from the 2015 census showing there were almost 12 million baby doll registrations in Australia.
It found that while there are about 8.4 million dolls registered, there were more than 7.6 million registered under different names in 2015.
These are not just dolls that have been registered in one state, the data showed.
Many are registered in multiple states, as well as overseas.
A spokesperson for the Australian Bureau’s Child and Family Statistics said the number of baby doll registrants has increased over time, but it is important to remember that there are two different definitions of “baby”.
A baby doll is a doll with the characteristics of a baby, but without a personality, such as a name, age, gender or height.
A baby can also be a baby who was born prematurely or has been born with a disability.
Baby girls and boys can also have the same characteristics as babies.
The baby doll industry is booming, according to research conducted by the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants (AICA).
The research, published in a recent paper, found that the baby-doll market was worth $1.9 billion in 2015, up from $735 million in 2014.AICS director of research Ian Wainwright said the market is growing by a factor of seven.
“There’s a growing market in baby dolls, and there’s a market for baby dolls with personalities,” he said.
“That’s why baby dolls have become a significant part of our society.”
Baby dolls are the main dolls for the majority of Australian households.
But there are some other dolls available to parents.
The AICA said it found that there were a lot of baby dolls available for sale in Australia, with the average selling price for a doll being $1,500.
Baby Dolls have also become popular in Europe, particularly in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.
The research also found that baby dolls are being used in the US, where doll manufacturers are selling more dolls with personality.