Baby doll wants a breast

A new doll called Bebe Gloton (“gluttonous” or “hungry” baby) lets little girls pretend to breast feed.

(The doll) comes with comes with a special halter top its young “mothers” wear as they pretend to breast-feed their “babies.” The halter top has daisies that cover the little girls’ nipples and come undone just as easily as the flaps of a nursing bra would.

The doll, made by a Spanish company, makes sucking noises as it “feeds.”


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  1. deirdremundy says:

    Creepy? I think it’s kind of cool. Girls like to mimic their Moms… when mom breastfeeds, they nurse their dolls. So why NOT have a doll that comes with a glamourous nursing bra instead of a bottle? Why should we send our kids the message that bottles are normal and nursing is weird? I’d totally buy them for my girls, and they’d be thrilled! (as long as the doll was sufficiently cute, of course…)

  2. I love the name of the doll. My last baby truly was a glutton!

  3. not just girls – every boy toddler i know whose mom breastfed pretended to nurse his teddy bear or dolls, too.

    i didn’t think it was creepy to see my friend’s 18-month-old daughter lift her shirt to nurse her dolly. when i was five, i had a doll who drank water from a bottle and then wet a doll diaper. creepy?

  4. I’ve seen both my older DD and my DS pretend to nurse a doll. The latter was very disappointed to hear than daddies can’t nurse babies…

  5. Well, they can try…

  6. It’s no more creepy than the idea that a doll represents a child’s baby. Breast or bottle shouldn’t matter, and it doesn’t to me.

    Dolls represent all sorts of things, as they should. My sons love their animals (and the occasional person,) my daughter was big on having a doll as much as possible like her, and all toys are creepy if you want to find a reason why. Toy guns, toy kitchens, toy cars, and toy families are generally bizarre or sad replacements for the real thing, but they’re also generally fun for children.

    Toys are creepy in how they’re used much more than in what they are. I’ve seen concentration camps made from Lego blocks, Barbie has been known to get naked quite a bit, and many dolls have been “birthed” in ways that make use of this breastfeeding doll seem modest and almost stuffy.