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breastfeeding boy doll £25.15 @ Amazon

£25.15 @ Amazon
baby doll that mimics breastfeeding. I love the concept as a new mum who is breast feeding and two young daughters that already pretend with there dollies to copy. The rrp is 79.99 which I could ne… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
baby doll that mimics breastfeeding. I love the concept as a new mum who is breast feeding and two young daughters that already pretend with there dollies to copy.
The rrp is 79.99 which I could never justify and this version is the Asian boy there is also some others with reductions.
understandable that this will be a toy doll you either love or really don't. 11 left at time of posting.

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14 Likes #1
I have nothing against breast feeding moms, I think it's fantastic! But breast feeding children? Whatever next, tampons for toddlers, so they can feel like mum? I think it's a bit weird, lol.
5 Likes #2
Just wrong
8 Likes #3
lalo2684
I have nothing against breast feeding moms, I think it's fantastic! But breast feeding children? Whatever next, tampons for toddlers, so they can feel like mum? I think it's a bit weird, lol.

Totally agree, a bit too far this one, my little girl doesn't have boobies and I dont want her pretending she does either oO
2 Likes #4
Which sicko's even think this is acceptable ? Probably the same one who makes thongs for kids !!
7 Likes #5
Completely disagree, my little girl would have loved this when she was little.

It's completely natural, little girls pretend to do it anyway, it's only weird when adults make it so.
1 Like #6
ChrisUK
Which sicko's even think this is acceptable ? Probably the same one who makes thongs for kids !!
I don't understand what thongs have to do with breast feeding.
5 Likes #7
How is pretending to feed/nurture a baby the same as a little girl wearing a thong?
#8
Granted I have boys but I do find it an odd concept, no disrespect to the OP as she has found it, likes the idea and has found it at a good price.
#9
That's just so wrong in so many ways.
#10
A BOY doll for my little daughter to breast feed. Definitely too stereotyped for me!
4 Likes #11
My two were exclusively breastfed so that's all my daughter knew, and she would've loved this doll when younger. Nothing disgusting or sordid about it, this is what babies drink - get over it!
2 Likes #12
Little kids often mimic their mums /women feeding babies be it by bottle or breast . Depends what they see . There's nothing wrong with it , it's natural and its children role playing. It doesn't mean you are sexualising a child like with bras and thongs for toddlers or they are imagining they're a page 3 model with huge bazoongas. The issue here is with adult minds not children's behaviour . My girls were never really into dolls but each to their own and I can see why some mums would like it .
4 Likes #13
I don't see that this is any more or less acceptable than toy babies designed to drink from bottles. Kids like to pretend to feed their dolls, presumably in whichever way they see most often.
1 Like #14
I've got two girls & they've haven't pretended to to this, it's way too far, make me feel Sick to think a little girl as young as 5 might be holding a toy doll upto her chest pretending to feed it, next thing they'll be wanting to lift their top, this is the sort of thing that should be saved until they a older, natural or not.

Btw way I have breast fed all my children and it is natural for MOTHERS not for children. Let's stick to the bottle for kids.
#15
Not something i would buy as much is breastfeeding is natural . I would not my little girl whipping up her top and prented to breastfeed. Not voted either way .
#16
My children were breastfed, my eldest daughter did mimic me by pretending to feed her doll, however I would never ever buy this for my child, I just dont think its right!
3 Likes #17
surely you can hold any doll to the chest and pretend it's breast feeding, anymore than that is not necessary
1 Like #18
I breastfed my little girl (now 2) never touched a bottle and im now pregnant with baby number 2 and she already associates boobs are for babies, she feeds her dolls with bottles even though she never had one! Each to their own but id like to keep my kids as kids as long as possible!
#19
I breastfeed and I find this disturbing, my daughter will not be getting this
2 Likes #20
I breastfed all 5 of my children but I would never expect or encourage a child to 'pretend' to breastfeed unless they did it through their own choice. My 3yr old daughter sometimes 'pretends' to nurse her baby dolls/stuffed toys but then she also 'pretends' to feed them with the toy bottles they come supplied with.
To be honest I don't think there's really a need for a 'breastfeeding' doll to be on sale when children can choose to pretend with other toys anyway.

This doll is encouraging children to do some thing that should only be decided via their own imagination..
1 Like #21
Nigel farage will be voted this cold
1 Like #22
That's so wrong. People who are saying that it's right because they just want to copy their mum should maybe think a little harder. So should they bring out a play breast pump because some people express their milk???
2 Likes #23
At the end of the day as I said in the post this product won't be for every one. This is also not a debate forum merely one for posting deals. If you don't like the product don't buy it.
#24
Does it come with a free napkin?
#25
never even knew these kind of dolls existed and don't really see the need for them.
1 Like #26
Gosh, some of you people have some weird hang ups, don't pass them onto your children please
If a child want to pretend to breastfeed where is the harm?
No, they don't need a specific doll to do it, my 2yo son has pretended to breastfeed both Peter Pan & Buzz Lightyear whilst I've been feeding my newborn. I don't think he'll be damaged by this. Many children 'copy what they see'
#27
Pirouette
Gosh, some of you people have some weird hang ups, don't pass them onto your children please
If a child want to pretend to breastfeed where is the harm?
No, they don't need a specific doll to do it, my 2yo son has pretended to breastfeed both Peter Pan & Buzz Lightyear whilst I've been feeding my newborn. I don't think he'll be damaged by this. Many children 'copy what they see'


I think you missed something, it's not about what kids copy, of course they all do that, it's about a doll made specifically for children to 'breast feed' ... If they do it off their own back because they are copying mummy, it's natural.

Here is a doll named Tony, that has been made to simulate breast feeding ... FOR CHILDREN ... wrong wrong wrong!!
#28
this is very disturbing, what next?? pretend belly ??
#29
if children are copying feeding a baby spontaneously with a doll thats one thing, maybe its the idea of a specific doll is whats bothering people?
#30
Pirouette
Gosh, some of you people have some weird hang ups, don't pass them onto your children please
If a child want to pretend to breastfeed where is the harm?
No, they don't need a specific doll to do it, my 2yo son has pretended to breastfeed both Peter Pan & Buzz Lightyear whilst I've been feeding my newborn. I don't think he'll be damaged by this. Many children 'copy what they see'
I agree, really weird. I'm really quite surprised, I suppose I shouldn't be, but I am very surprised at the righteous indignation shown here. I suspect it's an English thing.
#31
This is just weird
#32
Pirouette
Gosh, some of you people have some weird hang ups, don't pass them onto your children please
If a child want to pretend to breastfeed where is the harm?
No, they don't need a specific doll to do it, my 2yo son has pretended to breastfeed both Peter Pan & Buzz Lightyear whilst I've been feeding my newborn. I don't think he'll be damaged by this. Many children 'copy what they see'

I'm guessing peter pan and buzz lightyear dont come with a "petal" for your child to put on for them to latch on to. My daughter would breastfeed her dolls because thats what I did (she also fed them ripped up paper on a spoon - she didn't get that from me) but she didn't need a toy nipple to do it.
#33
gwendolynski
I'm guessing peter pan and buzz lightyear dont come with a "petal" for your child to put on for them to latch on to. My daughter would breastfeed her dolls because thats what I did (she also fed them ripped up paper on a spoon - she didn't get that from me) but she didn't need a toy nipple to do it.

I agree that the toy "nipple" (which actually looks nothing like a nipple or breast) is not needed for role play, but I think it is there to provide the same kind of (presumably ghastly sounding, as it is in every other toy doll) battery operated responsive sounds as some dolls do when a bottle is put to their mouths.



Edited By: fairylights33 on Dec 16, 2014 18:03: spelling
#34
Breast feeding IS a natural thing, but not for children to simulate, and this doll is so wrong.
Let's face it sex is a natural thing but you would not like your youngsters simulating it!
#35
and your children watch you have sex do they? Gosh the minds of a few of you lot are deeply disturbing. This is a doll which instead of a bottle has a vest with little flowers on to make the doll interact with the simulation of feeding. Kids are just kids and knowing my little funny kids they will have the vest on every which way to feed dolly.
#36
claire7519
Pirouette
Gosh, some of you people have some weird hang ups, don't pass them onto your children please
If a child want to pretend to breastfeed where is the harm?
No, they don't need a specific doll to do it, my 2yo son has pretended to breastfeed both Peter Pan & Buzz Lightyear whilst I've been feeding my newborn. I don't think he'll be damaged by this. Many children 'copy what they see'

I think you missed something, it's not about what kids copy, of course they all do that, it's about a doll made specifically for children to 'breast feed' ... If they do it off their own back because they are copying mummy, it's natural.

Here is a doll named Tony, that has been made to simulate breast feeding ... FOR CHILDREN ... wrong wrong wrong!!

But dolls that pee & poop, they're fine, no 'outrage' over those.
Breast aren't sexual to children, it society that makes them that way, if they were just seen as the feeding glands that they are, there would be no problem over this
#37
Sambat
Breast feeding IS a natural thing, but not for children to simulate, and this doll is so wrong.
Let's face it sex is a natural thing but you would not like your youngsters simulating it!
I've been thinking about this.
A couple of hundred years ago there was no privacy and kids would have seen everything and it was normal. Everyone would sleep in the same room, at least one family and often, one bed.
I expect kids being kids, they would have been simulating sex and probably knew exactly what it was, for a start alot of them would have lived around animals and seen it all the time. Simulating their mothers breast feeding is a given.

So we've made sexual reproduction a private and almost taboo subject, in OUR society, in other parts of the world, it's the same as it used to be here.
We also at some point made breast feeding a private and taboo subject, children would have been not allowed to reproduce it as it would be seen as "wrong". Probably girl children would be allowed to see it, but certainly not boys.

And of course it depended a great deal on class.

So we seem to be pushing things like breastfeeding the same way, although I think we are on the up bounce now. It is more acceptable than it used to be, but we still have alot of left over hang ups about it and I think this is what is being expressed on this thread.

So... yeah, I realise this is an old thread and almost no one will read this. But I think slowly and it's good to get my thoughts down :)

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