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Barbie Happy Family Pregnant Midge & Baby


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  • Midge & Baby Happy Family Mom & Baby Doll Set is a 2002 Mattel production.
  • Includes: Pregnant Midge Doll approx. 11.5" tall, Girl Baby Doll approx. 1-3/4" tall, Midge's Outfit: Pair of Earrings, Dress, & Pair of Shoes. Also includes a green Blanket for Baby, a pink & purple 3-in 1 Crib w/white Mattress, yellow & purple Toys, Bottle & Accessories for Baby Doll.
  • All the provided details are to the best of my ability & may not be exact; colors, styles, sizes & info may vary.
  • For ages 3+ years. VERY COLLECTIBLE SET!! CAUTION: Small Parts Included.
  • For Box Condition see CONDITION NOTE or Email Seller for Details.
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Barbie Happy Family Pregnant Midge & Baby + Barbie Midge & Baby Happy Family Fashions (2002) + Barbie - Happy Family - Alan & Ryan Dolls - Dad & Son w/Stroller (2002)
Price for all three: $232.93

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 8.5 x 12.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Imported (Indonesia)
  • ASIN: B000083E0C
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 73261
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,916 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (189 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Barbie’s best friend Midge and her husband Alan (sold separately) are expecting their second child--a little girl! Happy Family Midge has a magnetic, detachable belly (baby fits neatly inside)--which allows her to transform from very pregnant to unnervingly svelte in a matter of seconds. If only it were that easy! While the magnetic belly isn’t the most life-like example for kids, it does allow younger ones to grasp the concept of a baby growing inside mommy. Midge comes dressed in a lavender floral dress, fuchsia heeled mules, pink earrings, and--of course--a wedding ring. Baby’s accessories include a 3-in-1 crib, changing table, and cradle, mattress, blanket, bathtub, two diapers, as well as tiny teddy bear, rattle, monitor, bottle, rubber ducky, and more. Safety information: This product contains magnets. Do not use around items that are sensitive to or affected by magnetic fields. This set also contains small parts and poses a choking hazard for children under the age of three. --M. Wilson

Product Description

Barbie's married adult friend, Midge, gets ready to welcome a new baby. Midge is part of a very happy family with her husband Alan and their first child Ryan. Now, there's a new baby sister on the way. Help Midge and her family get ready to care for their new bundle of joy. This Midge and Baby set comes with a handy 3-in-1 crib, table, cradle and lots of other things that a newborn needs. Also includes diaper, crib blanket, baby monitor, baby bottle and baby bottle warmer, baby wipe box with baby wipes, baby powder bottle, shampoo bottle, rattle, bear, receiving blanket and instructions. Midge measures approximately 11.5 inches tall. Alan and Ryan figures sold separately.

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Barbie is a teen, this one is named Midge.
Mackenzie and Nick
Little girls love babies, and are fascinated about being "little Mommys" to their play baby dolls & perhaps new baby brothers or sisters.
Seasoned Mom
I think that this toy is a great way to help a child understand and ask mom questions during pregnancy.
Tami Sandlian

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 24, 2003
I don't understand why so many people are saying that Midge is inappropriate for children. Since when is a pregnant woman inappropriate? Pregnancy and childbirth are a beautiful and natural part of life. Everybody gets here the same way so why are so many parents trying to shield their children from it? There are pregnant woman everywhere you go. It is natural for little girls to want to play Mommy and this doll is perfect for that!Midge also shows that a girl can grow up to "just" be a mommy if that's her goal. Just because little girls play with a pregnant doll does not mean they will become teenage mothers. It is a parent's job to teach their children about sex education and morals, not a toy's job. To all those people who find Midge "disgusting" - GET OVER IT!!
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Geta Grip on November 6, 2003
What is the controversy with this doll about? I just don't get it. Women have babies. What is the problem here? Again, naturally speaking (evolutionally speaking), women have babies...

There is nothing dirty, mad, or yucky here. One woman wrote that her little girl thought a pregnant Barbie was "odd". Maybe the adults around her had something to do with that. Really, this controversy is quite scary. Enjoy the doll or simply leave it on the shelf if your child is not old, bright or reared enough to handle it.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Love2Laf on October 18, 2003
I love this doll. I have long been frustrated that Barbies have little to offer other than a beautiful figure and an unrealistic slant on womanhood. This doll is a real woman. My daughter watched my son's birth when she was 2. She loves this doll, and it takes the focus off of looking like Miss Universe, and puts it onto the beauty of motherhood.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Victoria Tarrani on June 25, 2004
This is not recommended for children under three except with parental supervision. Definitely, play with this doll with your little one.
Education: If a second or third is on the way, this is one of the best teaching tools to show toddlers where the baby develops, and how mommy's tummy gets big then goes flat after the baby is born. The bond between mother and child can easily be seen, and kids can relate it to themselves, making the connection quite easily. I've seen this Midge and Baby Doll make a big difference in how the first child accepts the second.
Fun: The belly is held on with magnets, so Midge can be either a sassy chick or a new mom-to-be. The kids enjoy the baby doll and all the special "Happy Family" accessories that are available. Truly, this is fun for kids.
Durable: Like all dolls who are played with her pristine condition will change with happy fingers; generally, kids take the shoes off first. Mattel makes children's toys to be played with, as opposed to the Collector's editions. They will last; some will lose fingers to teething tots, but the joy of getting to that point is certainly worth this very low price.
Why was there such a fuss among so many shops - actually pulling the pregnant Midge off the shelf? That does seem silly, doesn't it? But the ruckus was real. Congratulations to the brave storeowners who decided that this doll was a doll, not a controversy.
Since pregnancy is a normal state before a child enters the world, take advantage of every tool possible to teach a two-year-old about the new baby that will come and alter their life. Set up a happy family with mom, dad, brother, baby, and now grandparents.
Victoria Tarrani
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kim on August 13, 2003
To those of you who frown upon this doll...GROW UP! Midge has a HUSBAND and a SON, she is not a single "knocked up" doll, as some have said. Get your facts straight before you write something you have no idea about and make yourself look like a fool.
A question for the ladies...how many times when you were young did you "pretend" to be pregnant by stuffing a pillow up your shirt? We ALL did it as young girls and if you say you didn't, you are a liar! By stuffing that pillow up your shirt, did that make you a slut? NO! Did that make you run out and get pregnant at the age of 10 or 11? NO!
This is a wonderful doll, my daughters love it! My son even likes to play with Alan & Ryan. If you think it's a bad idea, I feel very sorry for you. I see the joy on my girls' faces when they play with this collection and there is no way I would take it away from them just because a few idiots still live in the 50's and are afraid to change.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By L. lockhart on January 18, 2003
Mattel used Barbie and tried to place an positive image upon the black woman. Whenever you see a preganant black woman it is assumed that she is unwed and living in sin.
Mattel had given us an positive image where the black mother can explain to her child the process of having a baby and a father and a Doctor (prenatal care).
[Some stores] had refused to sell this doll. I do not think that this is a negative image in any way. It comes with all of the things that a baby will need and it also shows young ladies how a good mother will need things to take care of a healthy family.
Midge comes with a wedding ring even, to show that she is married and she will not be a single mother. I just don't see what is wrong with that. It presents a good clean image of what a family needs. A mother, Father(sold seperately) and a Doctor!
...I give this Doll an exceptional rating. There is nothing wrong with creating a family. It's apart of life!
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