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Madame Alexander Dolls Baby Cuddles Feeding Baby

Madame Alexander Dolls Baby Cuddles Feeding Baby is soft and cuddly with eyes that open and close, removable clothing, and a set of baby dishes. It's beautifully dressed in a pink romper worn under a white floral print dress with two pockets in the front.

Why You'll Love It: kids can have

Age: 3 years and up

  • Soft and cuddly
  • Real baby loooks
  • Head, limbs, hands and feet made of pliable plastic
  • A playmate companion of children of all ages
  • Embroidered pink bib
  • Realistic plate, spoon, bowl and pink cup for feeding the baby doll

Recommended Ages:3 – 6

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Madame Alexander Baby Cuddles Feeding Baby 14"

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Madame AlexanderBaby Cuddles Feeding Baby 14"

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My son loves his "baby dollie"

By Jennie

from New York, NY

About Me Parent of Multiples (Twins etc), Working Parent



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        Comments about Baby Cuddles Feeding Baby 14":

        I have two-year-old boy/boy twins -- but only had one baby doll (a hand-me-down Little Mommy 14" baby doll). At around 18 months one of my boys was having some separation anxiety, so I gave him the baby doll to carry around. It really helped. After a few days of carrying the doll around (at home), I transitioned him to using the doll primarily for sleep. He now uses the doll in the crib for naps and overnight (along with an Aden and Anais muslin Issie security blanket. Having a baby doll really helped with his separation anxiety.

        But as anyone who has twins knows, if you have only one of a particular toy, there will be fighting. So I was on the hunt to find a very similar 14" baby doll for my other son.

        This Madame Alexander Baby Cuddles Feeding Baby 14" is great. I removed the apron and the headband, just leaving the pink pajamas (similar to what my other son's doll wears). My son calls it his "baby dollie" and enjoys putting the doll in a high chair and "feeding" it. It is very cute when he hugs the doll and gives it a kiss. The doll primarily lives in the crib -- I have found that it really helps with naps and overnight sleep. (Note: I waited until 18 months before putting ANYTHING in the crib other than a crib sheet and the baby.)

        The accessories (plate, spoon, bowl, cup) that come with this doll are a bonus -- we end up using them more in the bath than for traditional tea parties. The accessories are not particularly well-made (the cup already has a crack in it) but if the price is the same for a doll with accessories and a doll without accessories, why not get the one with accessories?

        (Note: I also ordered the Madame Alexander Sweet Baby Nursery Hearts A Flutter African-American doll, for some diversity, but my son chose the one that looked like his brother's blonde, blue-eyed doll instead. In the end this probably results in less conflict, but if I purchase any additional dolls, I will strongly consider one with different skin/hair/eye color.)

        I gave a rating of 4 stars (instead of 5) due to one complaint: it's difficult to make the doll sit up by itself or even to sit up when leaning against a wall -- it tends to slide down and slump over.

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