About this item
- Baby doll accessory set makes playtime more fun
- Magic bottles make milk and juice disappear as baby drinks
- 8pc set includes utensils, a bib and pretend baby food
Your kiddo already loves to cuddle, dress and play with their baby doll, but now they can feed it with the Melissa & Doug Mine to Love Time to Eat Feeding Set. Simply place the butterfly bib around the doll’s neck and feed her applesauce or peas and carrots with the doll-sized plate, fork and spoon. Your child can even give their doll milk or orange juice out of the two included bottles. Just make sure they don’t forget to burp baby when feeding time is over!
Number of Pieces: 8
Dimensions (Overall): 2.8 inches (H) x 11.2 inches (W) x 14.3 inches (L)
Weight: 1.3 pounds
Includes: Spoon, bib, feeding dish, bottle
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
Fits Doll Size: All doll sizes
Doll Gender: Gender Neutral
Care and Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Every parent knows how important it is to feed a little baby
Now, you can take care of your baby with this adorable 8-pc. set
An easy-close embroidered bib keeps baby clean during mealtime
Get organized with the divided dish, fork, spoon and yummy applesauce and peas and carrots for baby
Disappearing orange juice and milk bottles add nutrition and fun
Item Number (DPCI): 086-02-2828
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Most recent reviews
Kid loves them but bottles dry out
3 out of 5 stars
Another mom — 2 months ago
My daughter really enjoys this set but she was disappointed that the bottles dried out after a couple of years. I called Melissa & Doug and they said it is expected that the bottles will dry out after a few years.
Two bottles empty in a blink.
4 out of 5 stars
Corinna — 7 months ago
Everything but the two bottles were fine. altho this set is too expensive. It should come with a velco bag for keeping the parts together. The bottles are cute that they fit in the mouth but the bottles from the 80's were much better. Then the babies got to see the milk draining S L O W L Y like the...see moreof the reviewer's review