Mini Mamas magnetic breastfeeding dolls

Little Miss, my 2-year-old daughter, played with a Mini Mama doll yesterday at a friend’s house.

Mini Mamas are plush 12″ mother dolls with a baby held in a sling. The baby latches to her mother’s breast via under-skin magnets. If any dads question a daughter’s need for such a doll, let me tell you, I have personally nursed almost all of Little Miss’ stuffed animals.

Marketing photo of a Mini Mama dollThe dolls are listed as coming in your specified hair, eye and skin color choices, but the doll Miss played with was also fitted with eye glasses to look like the mother who purchased the doll.

Mini Mamas are the work of two sisters in Oregon who sell their creations through their web site, Where’s Waldorf? They are so backlogged with orders that this month they have begun, on key products, only accepting orders during the first week of each month.

Other cool items include wool Kinder Garden dolls (check out Banana Man, he comes out of his peel!) and Pregnant Mama Dolls which are, well, just so shapely. Dads, don’t feel left out. Whole families can be recreated in doll form. It’s all on display in the custom doll gallery.


5 Responses to “Mini Mamas magnetic breastfeeding dolls”

  1. Carol says:

    OK, those are just too cool!

    March 22nd, 2006 at 12:14 pm

  2. Michele says:

    Oh wow, all of those are adorable! It’s wonderful how they also give you customisable options, it just makes it that much more unique!

    September 8th, 2006 at 12:51 pm

  3. Joni Shahin says:

    These are FANTASTIC!!! So refreshing to see dolls promoting the NORMAL way to feed infants and children!

    November 24th, 2008 at 3:26 pm

  4. Renee says:

    Love Love LOVE the breastfeeding dolls! I would love to see these in walmart.

    February 6th, 2009 at 1:02 pm

  5. Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth says:

    Love these dolls for promoting natural play, and a ‘case for make-believe.’ Never been one for the “realism” of the all too plastic wetting, crying, peeing, burping bit which usurps a child’s imagination.

    August 14th, 2009 at 2:33 pm

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