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Looking for Jammie pie doll in mint condition. They were toys of the 80's and are soft,about 12inches,poka dots on clothing, and came with a pet.
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Christina - September 30, 2007 - Report this comment
I still have mine, but I never called her by "Jammie Pies", to me her names was and still is "Baby Pitty-Pin" and I have no idea where that came from. Purple clothing with white polkadots, yellow trim and a pink bow under her chin, Blonde hair and greenish blue eyes. She still smells brandnew even though she does not look it.
Melanie - November 05, 2007 - Report this comment
I have had mine since my first Chrismas in 1987. It's the white Jammie with yellow & pink polka dots, she also had the miniature version of herself as a raddle. Well she isn't very white anymore! I have lost her at least 3 or 4 times and found her back I guess it was destiny to keep her. She found herself 14 hours away from home once. So happy to have one of the very rare Jammie Pies. P.S. I may be 20 but I still sleep with mine. =)
Vanessa - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Hello!! I have two Jammie Pie dolls that I have had since I was a baby. They both have purple clothing with white poka dots. Yellow trim and a pink ribbon under their chins!! I love them soo much!!
Melissa - December 19, 2007 - Report this comment
OMG I was so excited to find Jammie Pies again! I'm 20 as well and still sleep with mine! I had no idea how many there were. I had the orange and yellow one when I was little and dropped it in a Sam's store once and my grandma had bought me another one. I have the blue boy with orange and the little bear that goes with him. I love them so much!
Jen - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
I have had my Jammie Pie since I was two months old, and I decided to look up what she actually looked like when she was clean. I had no idea how many different jammie pies there were. I have the purple jammie pie with polka dots. I am going to be 21 in october and I still sleep with her and she is still my best friend!
Heather - March 23, 2008 - Report this comment
I am amazed and excited to know that I am not the only grown adult who still sleeps with and loves her Jammie Pie. I've had her for twenty one years and just today learned her real name. I just always called her Baby.
Maggie - March 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I have had my three Jammie Pies since a few days after I was born in 1986. I still love them so much! I actually, upon having my own child, discovered that my mother had secretly stashed a few IN BOX Jammie Pies for my future children... But mine are still in fantastic condition, so I'm going to give my son one of those. If anyone on this post is looking for a PERFECT MINT CONDITION doll... Let me know. My email: raven_boheme@yahoo.com Seroiusly though, how many 22-year-old dolls are you going to find in perfect condition? I'm feeling pretty fortunate, myself.
Kim - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Vanessa... you don't live In Texas do you?
Ashley - April 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I have "SPUNKLER" and I have been looking for others for a long time. Does anyone know of anywhere that you can buy the others?
Nora - April 27, 2008 - Report this comment
My Grandaughther had a jammie pie doll when she was a baby. She flew to California to visis her Dad and the doll was lost. She cried all the way home on the plane. We have never found another one. she is now 21 and I would love to find one for her. After all these years she still miss her Jammie.
Kristen - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Wow, who knew so many people still sleep with their Jammie Pies?! I got my purple "Pittipin" version one from my Grandma at my first Christmas in 1987. I am now 20, and still sleep with my Jammie every night. Mine has gotten lost a LOT... many people have had to send her in the mail over the last twenty years. Checked out of a hotel in Hawaii once, made it to the airport, had a sixth sense that I was missing something, and sure enough it was my Jammie Pies. Had to go back to the hotel, and found her face down under bed sheets! The wear and tear on mine is major... including eyes that only have specks of green left, the foot no longer even has the "Jammie Pie" lettering, and I've had to sew fabric over the hands... but it makes no difference to me. I just did an eBay search on these; my version is really rare and is selling at $275! When I saw mine on there, the photo showed the yellow cuffs of the arm-sleeves sticking out, which totally threw me for a loop because mine have been tucked under since 1987! I just realized they actually un-cuff... WOW. Christina-- You said you had no idea why you called yours "Baby Pitty-Pin," but my guess is because you had the "Pittipin" version. Your description matches the one I have, so that makes sense. Ashley-- Check eBay for other versions, but just know it'll cost you an arm and a leg to start a collection!
Kendra - May 12, 2008 - Report this comment
I can't recall when I first got mine. I always called "her" Jammie Pies though I have now learned it's actually male and is called Spunkle. I don't even recall it having the bear that came along, so obviuosly it is not "in tact." It's a comforting keepsake of mine and I will never get rid of it.
Cathy - May 12, 2008 - Report this comment
Oh my gosh! My daughter had Pittipin when she was younger....she's now 23. She called her "Pinnikin". When she was about 8 or 9, we adopted two adorable labrador puppies who decided Pinnikin was fun to play with (ooops!). Pinnikin had purple jammies with white polka dots. I would LOVE to find another one to give my daughter!
Melissa - May 16, 2008 - Report this comment
wow i still have my jammiepie i got it on my first xmas in 86, i named her jammiepie i was only a kid i couldn't think of many names. her face is worn off and her outfit is not as bright but i still love her as much as i did when i first got her.
sheri - July 16, 2008 - Report this comment
OMG this is awesome, my parents bought me my jammie pies (middy) shortly after i was born dec 1985. I still have it, its been through alot and ther is alot of wear and tear but i wouldnt replace it. Yes i still sleep with it and i use to have that mouse or cat thing that came with it but i lost that. it use to squeak so i called it squeakers but i find out now that it was called splash! and my jammie pies was called mindy but i always called it jammie pies...lol I thought it was a boy cuz it was in a sailor suit but i find out now it was a girl...oh well some times i would but his night cap in a pony tail ha ha. Im so glad im not the only one who still sleeps with their jammie pies.
Tanna - July 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Wow This site makes me so sad. It make me realize how old I'm getting and how that precious time is gone. I'm 20 going on 21 and I still have my Jammie pie and her pet dog. Never did know it's name till today. Winkum and Nod. I always called her Jamie Pie. My older cousin was named Jamie that's where the name came from, She had a Jammie Pie dressed in a bunny outfit.When I was little I slept with her and my other toys. I seriously had a crate full of stuffed animals that slept wwith me at night. I would play with them till I got tired. It's a wonder I didn't smother with all of them around me.lol
Becca - August 18, 2008 - Report this comment
I have had my Jammie Pie since I was four years old when my cousin was purging her old stuffed animals. I'm seventeen now and I still have her and sleep with her every night. She's never been called "Jammie Pie" to me, I've always called her My Special Baby Doll, or Baby Doll for short. She's dressed in a bunny suit with yellow and pink polka dots. Her face is worn and has lost all of its blush, and her eyes are pretty much just pure purple now, but I think think she is still adorable.
Alishia - September 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I've had my Jammie Pie as long as I can remember. I have pinnikin, she has been in a box with a few other "keep sakes" from my child hood like some cabbage patch dolls and teddy bears in my mother's garage. Recentely I had a daughter of my own and decided that it would be a great time to go through that old box and see if there was anything that I could pass along to my little girl. As soon as I saw my jammie (as I called it when I was young) it brought back a flood of memories and I could'nt help but to sit back a minute and think of all the good times I had with her. I had thought about allowing my daughter to play with her and enjoy her as I did but for some reason its hard to depart with this beloved friend. She's stained and I dont have her little pet anymore but she's still in great condition, and so very special. So for now she sits on a shelf in my baby girls' bedroom until she can fully understand the love that pinnikin holds in her adorable little smile and her tiny white polkadots and be able to give her all the love that her mother so unconditionally gave as a young child herself. It's amazing what a rummage through the garage at least 10 years in waiting can do for a 23 year old womans soul!
Sarah - September 14, 2008 - Report this comment
My little sister used to have the purple Jammie Pie doll, Pittipin. She lost her a few years ago and it was the worst thing for us to have to tell her. She is turning 21 in December and I would love to be able to find another one. If anyone has the purple one and would sell it to me, please let me know on here. I will check back frequently. Thanks.
Valerie - September 14, 2008 - Report this comment
OMG, I just had a baby back in February and his dad kept talking about this doll which I have never heard of. Well, my now 6 month old has had the doll ever since, which was his dads as a baby. He absolutely loves the thing. The one we have looks just like the picture...I am not sure if there are others.
diane - September 25, 2008 - Report this comment
ive had primsy rose since forever!!!! i love her to death and face has always smelled like marshmallows!!!!!!!!!!
megan - September 28, 2008 - Report this comment
This amazes me. I have "spunkler" but i have called her JammiePie as her name. I got her apparently when i was born in may of 1987 and havent put her down since. It's crazy that so many other ppl from this generation share the same bond with this funny looking little doll. I'm 21 now and i still carry her everywhere i go. that doll has been through thick and thin! craziness.
Nicole - October 16, 2008 - Report this comment
I got mine the day I was born in 1986, so I was told. I have the "middy" doll and actually found out today thats what his name is. When I learnt how to talk I coined him the name "baby-with-the-yellow-hat" and thats been his name ever since. this doll came with me every where i went. when i was 13 i lost him and was sad for a long time. Eventually i learnt how to sleep without him. My mom called me a few weeks ago and said she found him hidden in the basment (probably the work of my little sister) I love him now just as much as ever... he really is a special doll
jess - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
aww this is so sweet i have the bunny and i had it since i was a baby 1987 does anyone knoe the name of it ?? if not i can find it !!!There too cute i ddint know they were a classic though.
melissa g. - November 02, 2008 - Report this comment
I got my Jammie Pie in 1988 for my first Christmas and I took it everywhere with me. my dad was always sewing it back together for me and touching up its face everytime it faded. I have Spunkle and I never knew till today that it was a boy, and that he came with a teddy bear too. Good to know I'm not the only 20 year old who still sleeps with it!
the dolllady - November 03, 2008 - Report this comment
does anyonehave a middy jammie pie for sale
Alexandra - November 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Ah! I love mine! I have Spunkle but I always called him Jammie Pie. I seem to have lost Teenie Bear but I wish I could find him! I absolutely love mine and I still sleep withi him sometimes :) He is so dirty but his face still smells the way I remember.
Denise - December 03, 2008 - Report this comment
My daughter has a Jammie pie we bought her when she was a year old. It is African Americam. Has on a puple outfit. Does anyone know it's name?
Valerie - December 06, 2008 - Report this comment
I will be 22 in March and I have had a Jammie Pie since the day I was born in 1987!! I have Winkum, the one with the red and bright green outfit. Since I've had it for 22 years, it's VERY worn. It's head actually fell off so my mom had to re-sew it. I sleep with it every night, and if I don't have it I can't sleep. I have a son now and I would like to give it to him one day, but I just don't think I could part with it. :) I'm hoping to find another Winkum so he can have one of his own. If anyone has a Winkum for sale, please let me know! Just post another comment please!
Jackie - December 07, 2008 - Report this comment
I got my jammie when I was about one year old give or take a few months. I have the purple Pittipin version (I never knew this was her real name just called her Jam). Over the years my dad has had to do much reconstructive surgery on her but I still have and love her. Guess we're our own special Jammie group. If anyone has any of these for sale I would love to get a new one. My e-mail is turofj@aol.com
Amanda - December 12, 2008 - Report this comment
My Jammie Pie was waiting for me in my crib when I came home from the hospital! I have the "Tuck" version but I always called him Jammie Pie. I just recently discovered that there was a whole line of them- pretty exciting!
Timi - January 25, 2009 - Report this comment
I feel so much better knowing I'm not the only 21 year old nut who still sleeps with Pitti. I've had her since I was born, it was a gift from my mother. She's a little worn and torn but I still love that doll!
Valerie - January 26, 2009 - Report this comment
I have had my doll since my first chrismas, so december 1988, I wasn't even a year old. And I still have it. It is the boy, dressed in blue with the orange trim. I still have the rattle that came with it. I was about 2 or 3 when I named it Babby Chad. I don't know how I came up with that name, I never knew anyone named Chad. But I remember the exact moment when I named him. I still have him, and while he rarely sleeps with me, (though he does sometime, especially his birthday, chrismas) he does go to University with me, and he will always be my secruity blanket, even when I am 99.
Cierra - February 08, 2009 - Report this comment
I've had my Jammie since I was born, 21 years later she is still by favorite sleeping partner. I have only seen one other that looks like her, she is in a pink bunny jammie outfit almost exactly like Lolli Bye. I am tring to find one just like her for my soon to be daughter. if you can help my email is cggates95@gmail.com
AJ - February 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Reading a lot of these, it sounds just like me. I got my Jammie Pie for my first christmas in 88 its the "Middy" model but I always called her (because to me its a girl despite the fact that its suppose to be a boy) Jammie Pie, though now its evolved into just Jam. I still love her dearly, she is like my security blanket and take her everywhere with me, she comes with me.
Alisa - February 25, 2009 - Report this comment
It's amazing to me how similar all of these stories are to each and to my own. I love the fact that EVERYONE who has ever had a Jammie Pie is 100% in love and around 21 years old! Like you all I am in love too! Mine was just called "Jammie Pie" and has been left in New Orleans and mailed home, has had her silky pink bow sewn on at least 5 times, and her hands repaired multiple times as well. She has been MUCH loved! :)
Suzanne - March 16, 2009 - Report this comment
I have the Teenie Bear rattle that came with Spunkle (orange and blue Jammie Pies boy) on eBay this week! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=200320807568
robbi - March 31, 2009 - Report this comment
these Jammie Pies don't go cheap on ebay. Usually 120.00$ is the cheapest I seen em on there. It's a shame that they go 4 that much...they always were so cute!
Jenna - April 15, 2009 - Report this comment
when i was a little girl i had jammie pies the winkum and nod clown dolls when i was about 6 my mom told me not to take it on a boat and i lost her its sad that they are $200+ on ebay, i really wish i could find them for cheaper. i would love for my new baby girl Hannah to have one.
Joeyandmikemom - April 28, 2009 - Report this comment
I loved my Jammie Pies and sadly I lost her a year ago. I had the Middy jammie pies since the day I was born August 26th 1986. i moved last year and somehow she got lost even though I was sooooooo careful. With two kids of my own now, I still have a feeling something is missing and that is my jammie pies =(
Grace - May 18, 2009 - Report this comment
My grandmother gave me my Jammie Pie (Pittipin) when I was born in October 1986. Because she gave it to me, I still call my grandmother "Nanny Pie" and so do all of her other grandchildren. I lost my doll 3 times and luckily found her everytime. About 3 years ago I left my "pie baby" in a hotel and I wasnt able to get her back. I recently bought a new one on ebay becasue I couldnt sleep without her. It took a while to get used to the new doll but I was so happy to have her back. These dolls are incredible.
Andru - May 23, 2009 - Report this comment
I got my doll for my first Christmas. I'm now 21 years old and still have her - or him, I suppose, according to the packaging I've seen it in on the internet - I have Winkum, though I don't remember having the little dog Nod that it came with. I asked my grandmother about it on the phone the other day and she claims there was an incident involving it being dropped into the toilet, but I'll leave out the specifics. Aside from always thinking of it as a her, I always called her Jammie, no Pies, just Jammie. She's got yellow paint on the red bonnet thing on her head, almost no hair left painted on her face, only tiny specks left of the eyes, the collar around her neck is completely gone, one of the pom poms on her feet is gone, no eyebrows what so ever, and a safety pin holds the stuffing in the left hand. She's filthy and falling apart, but I refused to go anywhere without it when I was a kid, so it's love worn. These things really are incredible for children.
Marybeth - May 30, 2009 - Report this comment
I got my first Jammie Pie the day i was born. She is named Pittipin, but i have always just called her Jammie. after searching... i got my 2nd one (Spunkle) for my 21st birtday from my brother and Sister in law. and today, for my 22nd birthday, i just got Winkum off Ebay. i can not wait to see him. seems like 3-10 business days just cant get here fast enough!!! Overall, i love my dolls, and can not wait to pass them down and share them with my children.
Physhy - June 17, 2009 - Report this comment
I have the little boy with blue overalls and a gingham shirt it also has a blue night cap, does anyone know its name? I love my Jammie Pie even though the little ball at the end of it's night cap is gone and it has a few holes in it, I think my mom bought it at a thrift store when i was little. I love him sooo much i wish he was in great condition so i would have one for my kids when I grow up.
Alexis - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Everyone's replies make me feel so much better! I thought I was the only one with this attachment to my Jammie Pies. I had Diddy since I was born (Dec 87), and when my parents saw how attached I was they got me Middy. I was never seen without them. They got me through everything and still do. Diddy's pants no longer stay up (has anyone else had this problem?) and both of their heads seem as if they may fall off! I used to go to sleep rubbbing the Jammie Pie felt on the bottom of their feet, and the anchor shaped felt on Middy's hood, and the felt is now barely there! Had to color their eyes in a few times too. I love these dolls, and I would love to have one to give my children when I have them one day. PLEASE if anyone has any for sale, please email me alexis87xo@gmail.com
kelly - July 10, 2009 - Report this comment
i have my jammie pies doll, lolli-bye with her bunny bumble and box, which are all in great shape. she was in my first easter basket when i was two weeks old. she is now over 22 two years old. i am interested in selling her. if you would possibly like to buy this doll, please email me at ddebneeld33@aol.com. she is really precious.
Mina - July 14, 2009 - Report this comment
someone gave my mom the blue and orange jammie pies at my baby shower. I ended up passing it down to another sister who absolutely fell in love with him. We've always called him Jamie Pie. until today, I didn't even realize there are two m's in the name on his foot... we always thought it said Jamie. When we were little we'd tease her with songs on the radio like "oh oh oh jamie's cryin" and "jamie's (actually janie) got a gun". Jamie is in pretty rough shape now, he even got set on fire once. We put him in the microwave but forgot that he had a twist tie bracelet on! She lost him for a few years, but two years ago we found him in a box in the attic. At 16 he's still her favorite.
Heather - July 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I had a jammie pie doll once also it was the white one with yellow and pink poka dots on it. it was my favorite doll. and i had it forever but when my mom lost the storage she got lost too. idk where she is today but id love yto have another jammie pie doll the same color if i could. i got it from my first friend when i was like 4. if anyone is selling one let me know thanks.
Sarah - July 30, 2009 - Report this comment
I have a Jammie Pie! Mine was the white and pink bunny one. I still have it. It's in a closet somewhere. They smelled really good, lol. So cute, they were!
Jessica - September 14, 2009 - Report this comment
I love that I found this! My grandma gave me and my cousin our Jammie Pies for our first easter (probably why she gave us the blue bunny!). I found on a site that my "girl" Jammie that I named "Bunna" is actually a boy named Tuck? She will always be Bunna to me-- I am now 22 and still take her everywhere I go- even on vacation. I had no idea these dolls had a following :-)
Krystal - October 06, 2009 - Report this comment
i have-had a jammie pie.. ditty (dee dee) ive had it since i was three months old, i sleep with everynight and today my brother stupid dog chewed the face off... i bawled all night and i dont know what to do does anyone know where i can get another one... i know it wont be the same i just want my dee dee back
Jessica - October 27, 2009 - Report this comment
I still have my Jammie Pie and I'm twenty three. I always called him Jammie. It is the one with the blue outfit. Saving him for when I have kids.
Kathryn - December 16, 2009 - Report this comment
My oldest daughter is due with her second baby in less than 3 weeks. This one is going to be a girl, so I decided to open her "baby box". This is the box that I saved some of her most cherished baby clothes and toys. What did we find? A Jammie Pies doll that is Yellow with a sleeper hat. She is almost perfect and my daughter squeeled with excitement. She said, "My Jamie"! OMG, that is what she called that doll when she was little. She still remembered it!! We bought it for her as her first doll, for her first Christmas in 1987. I was interested in trying to locate another one for our upcoming little angel. I didn't know that they had such a following. Was I surprised!! So, I guess they are not still being sold and Ebay is probably my best bet?? Any one else have any other ideas as how to obtain another one?
Ash - December 20, 2009 - Report this comment
I have two jammie pies - they are both the pink one with pink and yellow polka dots on her head. Their faces are worn and tags either do not exists or have no words left. I've never seen anyone with the pink dolls. I've had mine since I was born in 1988 - I still sleep with them every night! I just cannot get comfy without them.
Casey - December 23, 2009 - Report this comment
I received my jammie pie for Christmas 1987 and I still love her. Her name was Jammie. I have the purple one with white polka dots. I'm 22 and I still sleep with mine; she's so precious to me. A few years ago for Christmas I received a fairly mint condition of the same jammie pie. When I hold them together it's scary to see what she used to look like. I hope to someday give my newer jammie pie to my own child.
amanda in mississippi - January 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I got my the day I was born in 1987. I am 21 and still sleep with mine! Even though I have lived with my boyfriend for 5 years and I am giving birth to my first child in March. I went looking to see if I can find one for my baby and they sell on ebay for $70 to $270!!! I wonder how much they were in 1987!
Jersey Girl - January 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow im so glad i found this forum!! I have my jammie pies doll which i received at birth (January of 87) from an aunt and uncle. she is blue withe bunny ears and blue over alls with a yellow and orange polkadot shirt. She has been washed so many times and the paint on her face has faded but i still sleep with mine all the time. Im 22. Ive felt so misunderstood hahahaha.
brandon - January 03, 2010 - Report this comment
i got mine when i was a baby i was born in 87(seems to b the trend) i named him spunkle, hes blue, the one in the the far left in the pic, but mines not dirty, in good shape, i still have him :)
Taylor - January 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I got my Jammie for Christmas in 1987 as well! She hasnt left my side since! I have the yellow one with pink polka dot hearts as well as the blue sailor. I bought one for my baby sister and she is only 2 1/2 now and loves it. SHe wont leave home without it!! Im 25 and sleep with her every night. My boyfriend thinks Im crazy but would never ask me to get rid of her! :)
Lola - January 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Jersey Girl-- I have the same one... what is her name??? I have always wanted to know!!
NMmom - January 12, 2010 - Report this comment
I found the cat (pink w/blue bottom) to my jammie pie, but no doll! Anyone have any idea which this one belongs to or a website with better pictures? I've been hunting ebay. Every child needs a Jammie Pie. I would also love to get a more "boy" one for my son. Thanks!
Sarah - February 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Ahhhh I can't believe I found this site!!! I got mine in 1987 or 88. Her name is baby and she is purple with white polka dots!! I'm 22 and she still sleeps in my bed every night!!!
Chas - March 11, 2010 - Report this comment
jersey girl and lola: I have the blue bunny jammie pies too! I have been looking all over the net trying to find her name! I can't find her on ebay and I only found one picture on the web but no name... I'm wondering if it might be "tuck" because thats the only one I can't find a picture for.(actually might be a boy though)
Nana - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I gave my now 23 year old grandson a Jammie Pie for his first Easter. "Jammie" has been handed down to all 3 of my other grandchildren and now she is in the hands of my grandson's daughter, Makenzie. She loves Jammie so much and will not go anywhere without her, Our "Pie" as Makezie calls her, is a part of our family and has become a little worn. I would like to find another pie if anyone has 1 for sell.My email is rteal@gos1.com
Michelle - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I have a Jammie Pie, and I simply call her Jamie. I've had her since i was one, I believe I got her for my first christmas in '87. I am kinda sad right now though. I use to have her pet but I know I ended up getting rid of it years ago because I could not remember where it came from and my mother never told me that it went with Jamie... So Sad. Anyway. Since she ahs been in my life for my entire life practically, I could not even fatham getting rid of her. Though I wouldn't mind trying to find another of her pets and collecting the others. I actually still sleep with her... lol *blushes*
ALICIA - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
always wanted one, never got one, but now i know what it was i have been looking for.
Kris - May 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Loved reading everyones story, i'm 23 and still sleeping with mine. I too have lost mine before. I Love her to death and no money is worth my Jammie!!! :)
Jenni - May 05, 2010 - Report this comment
We I was little and we lived in Germany my parents tell me I had a pink Jammie Pie, but I dropped her on the street and by the time we found her someone had torn her up! I cried for hours and by the time mom and dad bought me another one they were out of the girls, so I got the little sailor one (Middi?). I still have him and his pet (Who I thought through all my childhood was a little white mouse, but apparently it's a cat?). I named mine 'Pie' and he sat at almost every tea party of mine, but as I grew older he got packed away in the closet with my other toys until a few days ago. I found a Jammie Pie (Spunkle) in the toy bin at a thrift store for 75cents and bought him, came home and dug Pie out. I never thought to research them at all and am kinda having fun learning more about one of my favorite childhood toys.
Nancy - June 08, 2010 - Report this comment
My Husband and I bought our Daughter one when she was Born at Toy`s Are Us, here in CANADA in the 80`s. She is all grown now and Engaged to be Married and she still sleeps with hers, she always called her Baby and still does. She is pretty worn now, I would LOVE to surprise her with a newer one, she has the Pink one that had a Bunny for a toy, still has that to.We always remembered Baby smelt like Bubble gum! So Yummy.Anyone know where we could get another reasonable price~ Let me know at ~ boozer_nan@hotmail.com Best toy ever made! Bring em' back for another Generation to enjoy as much. Thank~you. :)
alison - June 12, 2010 - Report this comment
i thought i was the only one :) i am turning 23, my jammie pies is bunny baby :) i am active duty in the military and bunny has traveled with me overseas to japan and hawaii. i am about to have a daughter of my own and i am trying to get one for her! i cannot believe how expensive they are. anyway i love bunny and always will
Key - July 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I have an African American Jammie Pie, I got it for a Christmas Present some years ago. I still have it, Im 30 now. Although the smell is gone she is still cute, my 9 yr old sleeps with her. Her condition still looks great.
Bonnie - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I am going on to be 24 in October and i still sleep with my jammie pie. I am even trying for a baby and if it is a girl i am going to call her jammie.
Ashlee - July 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I am 22 and will be 23 in October. I absolutely loved my jammie Pie. I wish we could still buy them. I would love to give them as gifts to my cousins.
Rachel - July 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow, I didn't know that there were so many people that still had their Jammie Pies. From reading this I have the PittPin version, I however couldn't say Jammie Pie when I was little so I called her KyKy. She was a gift from my aunt when I was born in May of 87. Sadly she is very worn out. She is discolored and has a few rips that have been repaired of the years. I haven't slept with her since I was young, but it's nice to pull her out every once and a while and remember the good ole days.
Jackie - August 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I am golng to be a Grandma for the first time. My son received a Blue Jammie Pie (maybe Middie & Splash) it has an anchor on the hood. We called it his "baby doll" and it went everywhere with him. I literally had to hide it when he went to junior high so he wouldn't get teased. I would love to find something similar. I still have his beloved "baby doll", but I noticed there are some small holes in the hands and I am concerned about giving it to a new baby. If anyone knows of anything out there that is soft and cuddly like this gem. please email me jackiebirdwell@msn.com
Laura - September 29, 2010 - Report this comment
I still have my Jammie Pie from my very first Christmas-1987! She was the white & polka dotted one, though the white has long faded into a sort of gray but the love never has! hahaha She's made the journey all over the country, been lost & returned, been taken hostage by older siblings & has even had a few stitches. One of THE best toys I have ever owned
carrie - October 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I bought ALL of the Jammie Pies for my daughters in the mid 1980's..when they were little toddlers. I got as much love & enjoyment from them as my girls did . Packed them all away for safe keeping & future grandchildren when my girls grew up. Well, we had a fire in 2005...out of all we lost I still cant wrap my head around losing those dolls. Now I have granddaughters..cant stop thinking about Jammie Pies. Those of you above with one to sell will be hearing from me..contact me @ beyondrepair2@msn.com ..CARRIE
Sherry - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow! I am so excited about finding this site and being able to read about the Jammie Pies. my sons were born in the middle 80's. I bought a whole set of 8 dolls including two african american dolls for the boys because they did not look too girly. I thought they were so cute and bought as many different ones I could find. My oldest son is Autistic, and these dolls were the first attachments he experienced and grew to love them so much that he never gave them up. My son is now grown up and in 4th year of college and doing very well despite his autism he functions very well. I have them packed away for safe keeping and hoping to figure out how to keep them safe. They are in good condition and hope to keep them that way. Does anyone have any ideas. My email address is sweeth57@shentel.net
suzy - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
i'm looking to find a jammie pie that my daughter had when she was younger. only this one is for my granddaughter. my daughter had the white one with the ears and pink polka dots. she called her bootsie and would not go anywhere without her. i even had to let bootsie in on a picture.
Michele - November 23, 2010 - Report this comment
i thought i was the only one who still slept with it. i called mine baby bunny and i wont ever be able to let her go. i have the blue overalls yellow and orange poke a dot shirt one with bunny ears. been looking for a replacement one but either their to expansive or cant find it at all. i guess i got the rarest one of all. i still hear to this day she smelled just like a baby wish i could remember. if anyone has this one please contact me @ shellinhas1231@gmail.com
Diana - November 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow, it sounds like we are all in the same boat! I would LOVE to find another to buy. As many others, I too still keep mine by my bed...I'm 24. I think we should all get together and get someone to start making dolls like these again! I've heard and read of SO MANY that LOVED them and STILL do! We all know the special bond these dolls make with a child and it seems we all want the same for our children. The new dolls don't need to be exactly alike, but very similar would be best. If anyone is actually selling one I would LOVE to know about it! :D
jen - November 30, 2010 - Report this comment
this is awesome, mine was given to me in 1989 my mother was very sick with cancer and we didnt get xmas gifts that year, she just brought home one doll and jammie it was i am 27 yrs old i sleep with my jams everynight and now im moving out and getting married and she will be sleeping with my husband and i, i would love to find another jams so i could put it away for my children because they aint touching mine lol
Wendy - December 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I'am looking for the jammie pie baby dressed in the blue suit with orange trim. I bought one back in 1988 when my dtr. was born and it never left her side until her step-mother told her she was too old to play with dolls and sold it in a garage sale. My dtr. named her jammie pie "blue baby" because of the color of the suit I'm guessing. I found one on ebay for $200.00, but I cannot afford that. Too bad Playskool doesn't see this site and all the comments. They would bring it back into production and make another fortune on them don't you agree?
Jammie - December 22, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW! And to think I used to hate the way my mother spelled my name. I was born in the 70's, before "Jammie Pie's" time, but would love to get one of these for my grandaughter who is 3wks old. I was searching for games we played as kids and just happened upon this site and the blog. I am truely amazed at this doll. You can bet I'll be shopping for this one for a while.
Claire - December 26, 2010 - Report this comment
This is too hilarious!! I too am 23 years old, sleep with my jammie pies doll every single night (with my fiancee) we're a package deal! I have slept with my doll since I can remember. I would absolutely love to find one for my child in the future. I can't believe the number of people that still have these dolls. I am SO sad that mine is falling apart. Any one had any luck finding them?
Cheri - January 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I bought Middy (Sailor) 1987 and gave him to my daughter when I replaced her pacifier with this doll. She and "Jammie Pies" had been inseparable every since! My daughgter is 24 and reluctantly passed him on to her 3 yr old daugher 2 yrs ago. He immediately became "Baby" and put thru the ringer with all her washings! I surprised my granddaughter at Christmas with Pitipin and another Middy that I purchased on ebay!... and we "put away" the original Middy! I ("Granny")invested some money in these dolls but the YEARS of memories and enjoyment these girls are STILL getting is PRICELESS!! and after reading this site, I KNOW you ALL can RELATE! I've purchased Spunkle and Winkum for next Christmas! But NONE will replace Middy!
nikki - January 11, 2011 - Report this comment
ok does anyone know where i can get jammie pies i been looking every where i had 2 of them when i was a kid and lost them....
zack - January 19, 2011 - Report this comment
i have my original jammie pies from when i was a baby, its light blue and orange with the original little bear....i cant decide if i want to sell him though since ive held on to him this long! email me an offer for me to consider...zcfitness @ gmail.com
rachael - February 04, 2011 - Report this comment
I also have a jammie pie doll.. but cannot find it what so ever on the web!! I have diddy and catnip she is in a yellow sleeper with ababy blue polka dots and i have had her since 1986 but no where to be found on the web, can anybody help me with how much this thing is worth?? mind you i will never get rid of it ever but just as a estimate on what she may be worth!!
Jessica - February 05, 2011 - Report this comment
I got a Jammie Pies from my grandma the day i was born in may of 1987..i always just called him Jammie Pie...I lost mine in a fire and have been looking to buy one...i loved my jammie pie and slept with him every night when i was little..i had the one that had the blue overalls on...i am not sure what his name is but i would love to find one...if anyone knows of one that might be for sale...if anyone will even read this,..wil you let me know please...
Miranda - February 05, 2011 - Report this comment
I got my doll my second Christmas in 87 from my grandma. I have the blue one with the sailor outfit to me she has always been know as Blue Baby. I've slept with every night since then and I'm 24, so I'm glad to know other people still sleep with there's. She's not in very good condition anymore, everyone in my family calls her crack baby due to the cracking of her face but I still love her. My Grandma past away five years ago so blue baby will always mean a lot to me. I would love to have another one for when I have children, I glad I now know what her real name is.
JamiePie - February 07, 2011 - Report this comment
I've had Lollibye my whole life. I love her so. I just put her on ebay and it breaks my heart. This stinkin recession is killin me!
ann - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
My daughter has had her (Baby Yellow) since she latched on to it as an infant..The yellow bonnet with big Green eyes is in nearly every picture my daughter is in..even now if i go into her room and with all the clothes and junk all around that mess of a room, u can find Baby Yellow right ontop of her pillow..We moved when she was three and OMG thought ide go out of my mind cause we couldnt find her anywhere..after many crying sleepless nights and had given up..I started to pull out some totes to unpack them. My daughter walked into the room like she was on a mission..walked straight to the one tote (Green) that had been kept under her bed in the old house lifted the lid and pulled Baby Yellow out then she turned and ran back to her room without a word..Again OMG could she not of told me were she put it a month ago before all the crying nights..Remember she 3yrs old at this point..I was to the point that i had actually took some of the pictures and bought material to match the doll and was going to try and have one similar made..do u know how much time it took me to find all that material and a semstress willing to do it..Probably wouldnt of passed her test anyway..But wow what that doll has put me threw all those years..I said just yesterday i needed to look Baby yellow up online..and her first and only words and LOUDLY i might say is.."your not selling my Baby Yellow" as she ran to hide it..shes a teen now but i feel a husband someday will have to fight for the space that doll gets..Hope U enjoyed my story and sorry for those who hv lost it..i really feel for u..Cant believe what a silly little doll called Jamie Pies has done for so many families..
Ash - March 23, 2011 - Report this comment
I have the boy in the blue bunny outfit. I need to sell him not that I want to but I have a 4 year old to take care of and with no child support anything helps. But if your interested email me at shleepeace@yahoo.com. He is in perfect condition. There are a few stains but nothing major. The writing on the foot looks brand new still. His face is a little dirty but I won't try and clean it myself. Leave that up to the experts!
Monica (bandgeek509@yahoo.com) - March 27, 2011 - Report this comment
Wow, I can't believe there are so many just like me when it comes to these dolls. I have had my Pokie since I was Baptized in 1988, I am going on 23 now and he's in my bed as I type this. I never knew he was a girl (lollibye) I just immediately named him Pokie, he has the white bunny pajamas with yellow and pink polka dots. That doll went everywhere with me. About 15 years ago I accidently started a fire in my old house and the only thing we were able to save from our possessions was my Pokie. So yes, he's been to hell and back this one. He's not even fully white anymore he's more like a gray. His eyes are almost completely faded and the back pocket came undone on one side. A few years ago I came across another lollibye, this one still has a completely perfect face and his jumpsuit is still so white, he's practically perfect except for a little hole in his left hand and the back pocket came undone just like mine did. It's crazy to sit them side by side and remember how Pokie used to look. These dolls have brought so much joy to so many people and I'm blessed to still have mine. I've been considering storing the newer jammie for a future child and I've also been considering selling him. It would hurt to get rid of the new one but nothing can compare to my original Pokie. And it would bring me great joy to think about another child owning and loving this doll. I think I'll post a pic in the picture gallery, it's hilarious to see them side by side, the love wear on my Pokie is outstanding!
actress21 - April 03, 2011 - Report this comment
My 24 y/o daughter just asked me the other day about her Jammie Pie (it was the yellow PJ's), whatever happened to it mom? I miss it? I wish I had it here with me? Can you possibly find/buy me another one? Sure, I'll just jump in my time machine and buy another one my dear daughter! LOL Yes, like you, I LOVED that washable doll, and thought that was the cutest doll ever made/sold! But naturally, it didn't catch on like the cabbage patch and therefore, wasn't sold very long. I think we should all email Playskool and let them know how we collectively feel and request that they sell them again for a new generation (AND us older ones too). Can't hurt, right?
Meagan - April 03, 2011 - Report this comment
I love my Jammie Pie to death. I'm 24 yrs old & I still sleep with her. I think she was ticked away for a couple years, but found her way back. I have the white one with pink & yellow polka dots. I never knew they had little guys along with them, I wonder if mine actually did. I've had my Jammie Pie since I was born in February of 87. She even comes on vacation with me. I would love to buy another one, they're still so cute. She even smelled brand new like some other people had said on here. My mom still asks me if she smells good, but she lost that when I started living with my fiancé. Glad I could share my story :)
Alyssa - April 06, 2011 - Report this comment
My mom got me my Jammie Pie when I was born in 1988 and I still love her to pieces! She is the only thing I have ever gotten sentimentally attached to and she's all I have left as a reminder of my childhood. I have Lollibye but I never knew that was her name until now I always called her Jammie. Her suit is no longer white it's grey (and it has been for awhile!) and her face is hard as a rock now it's not squishy anymore lol. I remember my dad took her from me in the middle of the night when I was 12 and tried to re-draw her face on with sharpie and he sewed on new hands from another doll and it was the most horrifying thing... I couldn't look at her for a good 6 months. But I ended up missing her too much and learned to live with it. I had been trying to retire her for awhile now because she's so old and I don't want her to fall apart, and I'm not sure she could handle another trip through the wash! But sleeping without her was impossible. I had her on a shelf above my bed but when I'd wake up in the middle of the night I'd grab her off, I couldn't even help myself! So I finally broke down and bought another one on eBay, and I must say the side-by-side comparison of the two alone was worth the money. I've felt alone all these years, like no one has been able to understand why I love this raggedy thing so much; I even had a guy get freaked out by her once to the point where I told him it wasn't going to work out between us then if he was seriously that upset by her appearance lol. It's good to know I'm not the only one who still loves their Jammie no matter what it looks like!
rebecca - May 14, 2011 - Report this comment
I have a pink baby jammie pies does with night cap. She has pink shirt and pants and nightcap with blue hearts on them and some pink trim. I dont' know her name and I am considering letting her go~anyone know what she is worth or her name?
darla - May 27, 2011 - Report this comment
I bought the purple jammie pie for my oldest daughter in 1986. She didn't give it a second glance. When I had my second daughter in 1988 I gave the doll to her. As soon as she could play with it , it was her favorite doll. She called it her purple baby. When she was 6 a couple of her aunts were cleaning out the toybox at her dad's house abd sold it at a garage sale. She had a fit then forgot about it. when she was 15 she asked me if I had it anywhere. So for her 16th birthday I went on e-bay and found one just like it for 75.00. Also Blew up a pix of her holding purple when she was 2. She was thrilled. She is getting married in 3 weeks. She is 21 years. I want to get one for her to give her child when she has one. She said she can close her eyes and still remember the sweet new doll scent her origional doll had!(:
DAD - May 30, 2011 - Report this comment
My Daughter Amanda's Grandfather bought her Jammie Pie for her in 1987 or 1988. She has never been without her Jammie Pie since. On her wedding day I snuck Jammie Pie under my tux and the three of us walked down the asle so Jammie could be there too! Her Jammie Pie is the white bunny one. I had a hunch that these dolls were too cool back in 1988 and tried to buy a "back up" one for her. I couldn't find the "bunny" one anywhere but was able to buy some of the other ones. But her favorite remained the bunny one. I put the others away for her and even still have the original boxes. Comparing to e-bay prices, these have to be priceless. No, I don't want to sell any of them. My daugter just had a daughter of her own, so I guess Katie will have her own 23 year old Jammie Pie very soon!!
rebecca - May 30, 2011 - Report this comment
I have a yellow jammie pies doll for sale. I believe her name is ditty. anyone interested, just let me know. taking offers.
erin - May 31, 2011 - Report this comment
i have the yellow and blue sailor one and i just found it. i got it after trying to steal my cousins doll lol. it no longer has that scent anymore due to so many washes and 12 years in the basement but it still is tucked away now with my blankey. im 24 years old and still have a blankey lmao;.. oh wellz.
Betsy - May 31, 2011 - Report this comment
I have middy the sailor and she's in good condition I have had her for 23 years now and I still sleep with her haha.. I ended up getting her as a baby and it was the only thing I came with when I was put up for adoption. It almost still smells like me as a baby which is pretty awesome! So many people seem to love jamie so maybe they will bring them back again so other children can share the same lovable memories we have of these dolls.
Pam - June 28, 2011 - Report this comment
My daughter got "Lollibye" from her grandpa for her first birthday. She is now about to be 25!! Hopboo has been a very important part of our family. She has been to countless camps, sleepovers, hospital stays, and even attempted to sneak into the suitcase when Savannah was leaving for her honeymoon. Lol!! Savannah is now pregnant with her first child and if it's a girl, Hopboo will be passed down to her. =D
Shawna - July 07, 2011 - Report this comment
I have "Spunkle" the brown haired boy in blue and orange. He was first my brother's which my mom got him pobably around 1988 because he was a little allergic to stuffed animals. My dad didn't like the fact that my brother had a "doll". Haha. But I was born in 1994 and it was passed down to me. I love my Jammie Pie so much which is what we all call it. It sleeps with me every night along with a doll named Dolly that I've had since the day I was born and my little lamb. My Jammie Pie has accompanied me on every vacation and will be with me for much more of my life.
Vanessa - July 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I am looking for Jammie pies, the one with the purple outfit and polka dots, it also had pink bows on it's feet. I've been searching for 17 years for it and just lost a bid on one. Please if anyone knows where I can get it email me,(vane7240@me.com)
Angela - August 15, 2011 - Report this comment
Erin - comment May 31, 2011 - do you still have Ditty?
Jana - August 22, 2011 - Report this comment
I would love to find more Jammie Pie dolls, I have two, I named them chocolate pie and sister, they still have their "babies" too, they are both black, and I haven't found any information on these Jammie pies, although I'd love to, one has a purple jumpsuit with blue hat w/white polka dots, the other has an orange outfit with green leaves and a green "sleep" hat with a yellow trim. I love these dolls so much, I've had them for as long as I can remember, they've been to Disney World, Sea World, and every other place I've ever been to almost. I'm 25 years old and a mother now, I have two daughters, I got them out today, and he asked me if I was going to give one to each of my daughters, and I almost had a panic attack! How could I separate them!? He laughed at me... but if anyone has any information on these two dolls please let me know... or if anyone has any for sell, I would love to know too....
lori - September 29, 2011 - Report this comment
Erin, do you still have this Jammie Pie? I am very interested.
JamIeg05@yahoo.com - December 13, 2011 - Report this comment
Got my jammie pie from my godmother when i was born in 1986. she is the red and yellow clown version and i still have her 25 years later! As a child i always called her jamie pie and my mom would call me her jamie pie cause my name is jamie and she still does. i remember her face once smelling like pie i dont know if that was only mine or if they all smelled good. i use to sleep with her everynight now she sits in my closet reminding me of my childhood and who knows maybe one day ill give her my daughter
Ashlee - December 19, 2011 - Report this comment
I was born in May of 1987. My parents bought me the Jammie Pie doll that was dressed like a bunny for my first Christmas. I am now 24 years old and would love to get my hands on a Jammie Pie again.
Daphne - December 21, 2011 - Report this comment
I've had my jammie pies since the day I was born in 89, i'm 22 and still sleep with her ever night! haha right next to me as I type this, I have middy, but I will always call it my jammie pies! They are very comforting thats for sure!
Elizabeth - December 25, 2011 - Report this comment
My Jammie Pies was the purple with white polka dots. I have had her for 24 years. She ha travelled to college with me and been there every step of the way as I started my career in law enforcement. Sadly, my puppy thought she was a chew toy and she now is missing half her face. I have searched every inch of the Internet looking for a new Jammie Pies, purple with white polka dots. She has always been my favorite childhood memory. Any leads , please let me know.
Selaurent87@yahoo.com - January 19, 2012 - Report this comment
I have the purple with white polka dots and yellow trim. My grandma had put her is her cedar chest for a LONG time though so she smells like cedar now :( She got out for my 2yr old daughter to have but she keeps calling it stinky baby lol...the tag is faded completely and i was wondering is she washable? There are no tears or rips anywhere and the painted face still looks great i would hate to ruin it trying to clean it! Any info on washing it please share with me in an email also does she have a name? Jammie pies is on her foot but thats it. Selaurent87@yahoo.com
Kendra - March 05, 2012 - Report this comment
I was born in 1991 n my parents found mine in a bin before i was born n my jamie pie aka "sally/baby" was my very first toy i still sleep with her now but she's been loved..n she looks like shes been loved, rips and stitches everywhere...it makes me sad to think this toy probally when out of style so quickly because it was impratical for a child to keep forever...i mean my salley is indeed in ned for a restoring
Laura - April 12, 2012 - Report this comment
I was born in April 1987 and I got my Jammie Pie for my first Christmas in 1987. I actually still have the family video of me (and my mom) opening her up! I just recently found this page and am sooo excited! Apparently I have Middy who is a boy. My whole life her name has just been Jammie...and she is a girl! :-) I will be 25 in about 2 weeks and I still sleep with Jammie....my husband is not thrilled...but he deals! He's not a fan of her "hard" face...I told him it wasn't always "hard". It used to be just rubbery...but after 25 years and many sews later....she has aged quite a bit!! :-) I have been looking online because we will be starting a family soon and I would love for my kids to have their very own Jammie Pie! (there is no way they are getting mine!) haha I haven't been able to find Middy anywhere. :-( If anyone knows of anywhere please let me know!
Todd - April 23, 2012 - Report this comment
I want one. Where to get and how much?
Leann - April 28, 2012 - Report this comment
This is so awesome to read everyone's stories... I thought I was the only one! I actually have 4 Jammie Pies. One is the girl in the white bunny outfit. She's been my favorite since I was 2 and going on 25 soon, she still sleeps with me every night. She's faded with stitches and stains, but I love her to pieces and wouldn't trade her for anything. The other 3 I have are in GREAT condition, practically new. Since the white one was always my favorite, the others barely got played with. I never thought about selling them before, but reading all of these stories has changed my mind. I'm not sure what their names are but I have the boy with the blue outfit and night cap, another boy with red and yellow outfit and a girl with a yellow outfit and night cap. ALL 3 ALSO HAVE THE PETs that come with them. If anyone is interested please contact me at: Oursweetdecay413@aol.com I would love for them to find a good home and have someone get their long lost Jammie back or a kid be able to have a Jammie Pie best friend like I had growing up (and still do)
Coralie - June 13, 2012 - Report this comment
Hi Fans of Jammie Pies' doll!!! I am 24 and I received my bunny baby the day of my birth. I lost it when I was 6 during a trip and I cried all my tears. I am sure you understand why. I am French and hadn't any information about my doll. Each year for Christmas my mom went to a lot of toys store to see if she could find her. She called Playskool and the like. But nothing! I was looking for my doll every year, researching on the internet. But without the name "Jammie Pies" it is quite hard to find her. Last year, during the summer I made research AGAIN and I don't know how I found a link to this website. OMG there were picture of MY doll. I searched on Ebay I found her! I was at work and I almost cried in front of my colleagues. I called my mom immediately trying to express myself but I was crying. For 17 years I was looking for this moment. We bought it for a very cheap price (€68) compared to what I see now. I received it 2 weeks after => What a moment of true joy. She is perfect, she is mine and I sleep with her. I will never lost her again (I am in the USA now for 6 months but I did not bring my doll, to afraid to lost her again) and I will never, never, never give or sell her for any price! Sad story but with an happy ending. Maybe we could make a movie about it?! Joking! Enjoy your doll as I enjoy mine!
Briitany - July 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Like everyone else, I am relived to know I am not the only grown adult that still sleeps with my Pie every night! I am 25 and cannot let her go. I was born January 1987 and she was waiting in my crib when I got home. My best memory was when I was about 5 years old and my dad was having a yard sale. He put Jammie out on the table with the rest of the dolls priced for $0.25. Through the day I would walk over to the table and take her off and hide her places. My dad would find her and put her back on the table. After about the fourth time he found her he asked if I wanted to sell her and I told him "No, she's mine." I know other people think I am weird for still sleeping with a doll but I'm glad to know I have supporters now!
Kelsey - October 07, 2012 - Report this comment
I'm almost 25 years old and I still love my Jammie Pie doll. I call her "Perdy" she's the one in the red and yellow costume. I cannot go to sleep without her. I love her so much that I plan to be buried with her and take her to Heaven with me! That's how much I love her. My twin sister also has a Jammie Pie doll. This one is a sailor and she calls it 'Satta" I don't know how you'd spell it actually. but these two dolls were are first birthday presents. So come October 14th we'll have them for 25 years! I love my doll and I freak out big time when I cannot find her. She's my most prized possion. Next to my cat Tess I'd save Perdy and my cat in a fire or tornado. So it's nice people still remember these dolls!
Megan - October 27, 2012 - Report this comment
I don't know much about my Jammie pie except she's African American. She's got on a blue and purple outfit. But I loved her when I was little and now she's still being played with by my little cousins. She is actually in really good shape for being so old. I was born in 88 and it was my first baby doll.
christina - November 19, 2012 - Report this comment
I have a Jammie Pie for sale...it is SPLASH and MIDDIE...contact me if interested in them... mckinneyfamily8@comcast.net
sarahlynn123 - March 10, 2013 - Report this comment
I recently just found my old Jammie Pie "Pittipin" my dad bought her for me the day I was born and had her with my at the hospital August of 1986 and I have had her ever since. She was my absolute favorite, I always called her "purple baby" or "Jamie pies" lol so funny I still call her that. I am now almost 27 I was cleaning out some stuff in my mother's attic and there she was in one of my boxes, she is not even close to being in good shape. Her face has faded and my mom had to sew her up a time or 2 but I wouldn't have her any other way, so I washed her ( she was a bit musty) and in my room on a shelf she will live so happ I found her again.
Lilly - April 12, 2013 - Report this comment
i am 24 and have had mine since i was a few months old. her hands are falling apart and my boy friend has been brain storming ways to get her temporarily fixed until we can afford to bring her to a doll hospital. i too still sleep with her and she went every where with me when i was little.
Katie - April 20, 2013 - Report this comment
I got my Jammie pie when I was probably 1, I am now 23 and still sleep with it every night. I don't know what it is about this doll but I don't want to be without it! It makes me so happy to see there are other Jammie pie lovers out there!
Nicole - June 29, 2013 - Report this comment
I am 26, got my "baby" when I was born and still sleep with her every night. I'm glad I'm not alone! She has been through a lot, lost both her hands but still has a face :) I just learned her name is pitty. She is yellow with green and pink accents and I could never let her go!
Kathy - July 16, 2013 - Report this comment
kamaog@aol.com - I have six that i want to sell but not willing to give most of the cash to ebay. I'm willing to sell a few 1 for 125.00 or 2 for 200.00. Shoot me an email if your interested and I'll send you a picture of the six I have.
Jessica - September 07, 2013 - Report this comment
I'm looking for the jammie pie doll that was all blue with blue eyes an had yellow trim for the bonnet? if anyone can find a picture for me or where to buy one that would be amazing i've been searching for this doll since i lost mine when i was 5 so ive been searching for over 20 years
Catherine - September 13, 2013 - Report this comment
Seeking Playskool Jammie Pies Doll - Circ 1986 - Purple pj's, blue hat with little purple bow upper left side, ethnic face and brown eyes. This was my NOW 25 year old daughter's favorite baby when she was little. She carried it with her everywhere. She went to a baby sitter's and it never came home with her. I truly believe the person kept the doll for her own children. My daughter would not accept any other doll as a replacement, ever. I would love to find one and be able to gift it to her. Thank you in advance for your help in my Jammie Pie search! cathlgeorg@comcast.net
Michelle - September 25, 2013 - Report this comment
I still have my yellow Ditty Doll! Her face is pretty worn, and she's on her 2nd pair of hands, and I keep her pants up with a hair elastic. You could say she's been well loved. :-)
Laura - October 18, 2013 - Report this comment
I didn't realize Jammie pies were so popular. My brother sister and myself all have our own. We spent a lot of time at our Grams and she just passed away a couple of months ago. These are very near and dear to our hearts. My daughter sleeps with mine but we always make sure not to lose her. When I am not feeling good she will put Jammie pie in bed with me. I have the one with the bunny feet. I cannot look at her without thinking about my Gram. So many memories. I would never sell mine no matter what. No money could ever replace what it stands for.
Middy - October 19, 2013 - Report this comment
Middy is for sale: http://www.ebay.com/itm/161130460684?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Winkum - October 19, 2013 - Report this comment
Winkum is for sale: http://www.ebay.com/itm/161113430292?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Olympianbabe - March 26, 2014 - Report this comment
Are you interested in buying coin operated horses or spring rocking horses??? They are sold on Ebay. Most spring horses are made by Blazon, Wonder, Flexible Flyer, and Radio Flyer. Feel free to buy as many as you like. Good luck!!! :) Ebay account required.
rachel - August 16, 2014 - Report this comment
Aww I miss my Jamie pie doll it was red with polka dots:( I grew up in a really messed up hose and that doll was my comfort we moved so much I lost her( I still get upset when I think about it, I'm 32 now lol) I really need another one!!! Heellpppppp

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