Toys of the Nineties, Magic Nursery Babies
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The gimmick with Magic Nursery Babies was that it was supposed to be like taking a real baby home and finding out all about it's unique features. The Magic Nursery Baby came with a dissolveable hospital gown that, once immersed in water, would dissintigrate and a little package would be left telling you the baby's sex and giving you a new pair of clothes for your baby. You then got to see if your baby had long or short hair, innie or outie bellybutton, etc., and write it all down in a little baby book that came with the doll. Another feature of the dolls was a heart on their cheek, which (supposedly) if you kissed it, would turn into a star. The heart was supposed to disappear with heat, so more often then not just kissing the doll's cheek wasn't enough to make the star appear! I was about eight or nine (1991-92) when I had these dolls, and my best friend and I were nuts over them.
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Sarah - April 08, 2009 - Report this comment
I have been trying to find this doll for a very long time. I didn't remember the name of it. I am so glad I found it people never believe me when I tell them there was a doll out there whose clothes disintegrated once immersed in water.I loved this doll so very much when I was a little girl I think I was about five when I had this doll. Thank you to whoever posted this doll!!!
Melanie - April 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember getting these dolls for Christmas, I got triplets. Two boys and a girl.
holly - November 14, 2009 - Report this comment
i was about 9 or 10 when i got mine. i still have her and the heart still disappears when it gets warm. this is definately a doll i would like for my daughter to have.
Ness - March 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I had one of these...I got her for Christmas but for some reason I didn't get to disolve the package like I wanted to...no one would let me near a sink lol so I just tore it open. It was a set of pj's and she had a pink toothbrush that I still have somewhere and I think I may still have the doll. I remember the heart/star thing on her cheek. She had long curly brown hair and she had a thing on the top of her head that you could push or pull and teeth would disappear or reappear like she was teething.
alicia - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
i had a couple of these at one time. i remember wanting one sooo badly. i even had a magic nursery pet. i still have the pet, but the dolls are long gone.
Christina - November 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I was OBSESSED with these dolls. I had all of the different versions. I'd love to still have one today to give to a girl I eventually have.
Cassie - April 17, 2011 - Report this comment
I had one of those dolls. I also used to get those little magic nursery kits for like 2.00 that was a package you would immerse in water and it gave you mini babies you could use with barbie dolls as her children. It came with up to 3 or 4 babies and accessories and/or little furniture like car seats, little beds, etc. It was always a surprise what you got, and I always got them at Walgreens as a kid.
Danielle - January 12, 2012 - Report this comment
If anyone has the new born one with no hair and open close eyes with warm water please email me! Lost mine in a fire and haven't been able to find another! Deelove987@yahoo.com. Thanks I want to give her to my daughter!!
Full Moon. 🌕 Luna - January 15, 2015 - Report this comment
I use to play house with these and played space babies. And pretend the dolls were real babies
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