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This article needs additional citations for verification. Baby Alive is a baby doll brand made by Hasbro that eats, drinks, wets and in some baby learning material messes and has a movable mouth.

It was originally made and introduced by Kenner in 1973, and reintroduced by Hasbro in 2006. The doll comes in three different skin tone varieties. The first Baby Alive doll was introduced by Kenner in 1973. It could be fed food packets mixed with water, and came with a bottle, diapers, and feeding spoon.

The spoon would be inserted into its mouth, and a lever on its back pushed to have it chew the food. In 1992 the first talking Baby Alive doll was produced. It was fed in the same manner, but swallowed automatically without the need for a lever, and used a potty instead of a diaper. There were sensors located inside the doll to detect what stage the food was at, and trigger its voice to say “I have to go potty” or “All done now. These dolls did not sell well due to the loud gear noises and her “deep adult voice. After The Kenner Company folded into Hasbro, Hasbro redesigned Baby Alive and in 2006 released a more realistic speaking doll, with additional accessories sold separately.

Sip ‘N Slurp, A baby which when her tummy is squeezed she “drinks” from her juice cup with a straw attached and “wets” her diaper. A Sip ‘n’ Slurp birthday doll was released in 2008 is the same principle as sip n’ slurp, but her birthday can be celebrated everyday because she can “blow” on her party blower and “blow” out a candle on her cupcake she has a cup with attached straw just like the Sip ‘n’ Slurp. Wets ‘N Wiggles, This doll comes in either a girl or a boy and is given juice and lets you know it is wet by crying and wiggling and then the diaper is changed. Unlike the other dolls, it does not speak. Pat ‘N Burp, A newborn baby that “drinks” from her bottle and when pat or squeezed, she “burps”. She can come in numerous skin and eye colors. Sip ‘N Snooze, A baby that gets “sleepy” as you feed her a bottle and gets snuggled when she falls asleep.

She can come in blonde or brunette hair colors. Baby Alive Learns to Potty: A new potty training version of the doll, where the baby gets fed and is given a bottle and tells you when she has to go potty by saying phrases such as “Potty time! I had an accident” if she is not put on the potty in time. She also says “I’m a big girl” or “I love you, Mommy”, says “Yummy! Baby Alive Baby’s New Teeth: A doll who is “teething”.

If her tongue is pressed, new teeth will appear. She has a special teething chew ring, and if you give her a teething cookie she will actually “take a bite”. She drinks from her cup and then wets her diaper. She comes with a toothbrush and toothpaste so the child can “brush” them. Baby Alive Changing Time Baby: she can be fed a doll food paste made from a powder, and given a bottle of water. They move through her and end up in her diaper, which is then changed.

Baby Alive Real Surprises: A reissue of the 2006 doll, who eats her doll food and drinks from her bottle, and then wets and messes her diaper afterwards saying “Uh-oh! I made a poo-poo” or “I made a stinky! She talks, sucks her pacifier and sings a discordant version of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”. Baby Alive Bouncing Babbles: A doll who can bounce up and down, operated by a small internal motor, and which makes giggling and cooing sounds.