The Baby Alive Doll was introduced by Hasbro in 1973. This doll had many features and functions. It ate and pooped solid food and could talk. It also came with diapers and a bottle. The Baby Alive did not talk, but it produced droppings and peed and threw up on a regular basis. It was sold for a couple of years before its popularity declined. These toys were battery-powered and children were thrilled with the fact that they could talk to them.
A baby can pretend to nurse from a bottle or sippy cup that comes with the Baby Alive Doll. This pacifier is not magnetic and is not intended for real breastfeeding. This is an item for pretend play only. The Baby Alive Doll is a plush fabric body with molded plastic arms. It also comes with a book about babies. It is recommended for children 3 years and older. While it does require some care, it is an excellent gift for a baby.