Vintage Baby Alive dolls

In 1973, Kenner introduced Baby Alive, the doll "that eats, drinks and wets." The doll's mechanical mouth could be spoon-fed packets of food mixed with water, which the doll would then chew before it would eventually end up in the doll's diaper. Too gross for children? Nope — the messy little doll was in huge demand by the mid-1970s.

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. The food would move through her and end up in her diaper; this version did not speak, so you had to check the diaper a few moments after feeding. It also produced droppings and threw up regularly.

The dolls sold in the mid-70s were battery powered. They chewed and drank from the bottle. They were activated by the spoon, the bottle, or a finger. These also peed and pooped. They did not throw up.


Updated: 27 September 2020

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Baby Alive value and price guide

What's your Baby Alive worth in 2021? Here are some recently sold items.

Item Title Date Price
kenner baby alive doll 1973 nmib eat drinks works Kenner Baby Alive Doll 1973 Nmib Eat Drinks Works 08/2021 $149.00
htf 2006 hasbro baby alive wets n wiggles anatomically Htf 2006 Hasbro Baby Alive Wets N Wiggles Anatomically 10/2021 $155.99
rare 1990 kenner baby alive doll she eats drinks pottys Rare 1990 Kenner Baby Alive Doll She Eats Drinks Pottys 08/2021 $139.99
1995 juice n cookies baby alive mib unused kenner 1995 Juice N Cookies Baby Alive Mib Unused Kenner 10/2021 $90.00
baby alive all gone potty wets wiggles crib life Baby Alive All Gone Potty Wets Wiggles Crib Life 08/2021 $115.00
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