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05/10/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

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Erika on

I don’t really get the point of a breastfeeding doll. I was 4 when my younger sister was born and she was breastfed. Of course, I imitated my mother and pretended to breastfeed my dolls- and did I need any props, or special dolls? No! It was left up to my imagination and inspired creativity. With all of these electronic toys that do everything, and these lifelike dolls, where is the creativity coming from? Why could kids 20+ years ago, heck even 10+ years ago, make up their own play but nowadays, everything must be electronic and lifelike?

I also think it is very inappropriate to have a bra with fake nipples for a young child. I think it is natural and sweet to have a little girl imitating breastfeeding, but I don’t see the need to have a special doll to do so.

mary on

I SO AGREE WITH YOU! I breastfed all four. And they would imitated me. No need for the nipple bra thingy! whatever makes your boat float I guess! Awkward!

And about the electronics….I so agree again with you. To this day give my kids a box (the bigger the better)and they will play and decorate it until it falls apart!


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