The correct answer to this question is Cabbage. The full name of the dolls is Cabbage Patch Dolls. I had one growing up, but I wasn't very found of it. My aunt gave it to me. To this day, my parents always say that I screamed everytime I saw it and eventually, I ripped the head off.
Though I wasn't a fan, there are millions around the world who do, since its released in 1978 and still today. They can still be found sold in stores like Target and Walmart. Antique models have a high value and are sold on bidding sites like EBay for a high amount.
Cabbage Patch Dolls were at first known as "Little People," and the doll became popular in the 1980s. The first dolls were made by the method of needle molding. A company called Coleco acquired the "Little People" Line, and they changed their name to "Cabbage Patch Kids." These dolls were made of a mixture of fabric and vinyl. There have been several incarnations of Cabbage Patch Dolls, including toys that come with a specialty line of clothing, related to occasions such as the Birthday Kids Line, and those that do special tricks.
Also, they all had different names, birth certificates, and they are a very popular collectors' item to this day. The original doll maker is Xavier Roberts, and his dolls are called Cabbage Patch Original Kids. The dolls have his autograph on their butt cheek, and they come with a birth certificate affirming Roberts as the father. These unique dolls can sell for thousands, depending on their popularity with collectors.