The Breast Milk Baby now on sale at U.S. retailers

The Breast Milk Baby 
By: Hydar Tomar 

(Scroll down for video) Little girls can now add an exciting new doll to their collection and play with the doll like a grown up mother, according to reports.

There is a new type of baby doll called “The Breast Milk Baby." however, U.S. retailers are worried about selling it.

The breastfeeding doll is having a hard time getting into the mainstream stores in the United States, due to the fact that the stores want to avoid potential disputes, said the manufacturer of the dolls, Berjuan Toys, a family owned business and a 40-year-old doll maker based in Spain.

This is how the doll works: Children use a special cap with sensors which attach to the nipples. When the doll makes contact with the sensors, sounds are activated in the doll that imitates infant sucking. The doll also burps and cries.

The Breast Milk Baby also comes in eight varieties, with different skin tones and facial features. They cost $89 - but are listed for a 50 percent discount on the company website in time for the holidays.

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