The 10 Best Baby Doll Accessories

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in March of 2018. No collection of dolls is complete without a share of fun accessories, as they’re great for children who want to be just like mom and dad by feeding, dressing, and caring for a pretend baby. Here you’ll find options that include toy clothing, bottles, pets, furniture sets, and more. Each selection can provide many hours of playtime as well as instill qualities such as empathy and nurturing. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Melissa & Doug Diaper Bag

2. Mommy & Me Babyboo Pram

3. Pink Butterfly Closet Carrier

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Editor's Notes

May 14, 2020:

In today’s update, we added in the Melissa & Doug Diaper Bag to replace the Melissa and Doug Feeding and Changing, which is a somewhat similar set, yet it contains some small parts that aren’t suitable for small children. This newly added set consists of a multi-pocket diaper bag with an adjustable strap and a reusable identification tag. It’s equipped with all sorts of accessories a child might want to take with a baby doll on errands or a visit to grandma’s, such as a changing mat that matches the bag, a snap-shut wipes container, a washcloth, a comb, a pretend sunscreen tube, a baby bottle, two toy keys, and more. The Adora Play Stroller was relatively small, so we chose to replace it with the purple and pink Mommy & Me Babyboo Pram, which features many more bells and whistles and is great for use with American Girl dolls. It comes with an adjustable, padded handlebar, a movable canopy, a bottom basket, and an attachable diaper bag. You can move the handlebar back and forth so your doll can face either you or the world. The seat can also be reclined so your pretend baby can sit upright.

For little animal lovers, our list certainly doesn’t disappoint, as it features the Queen's Treasures Yorkie, which is compatible with 18-inch dolls and has soft, brushable hair that covers its hard, plastic body. It comes with a gold chain leash and a soft pink bow on its head. If your child is more in the mood for a pony, check out the Celestial Morgan Horse, which comes with a long, sparkly mane and tail, as well as a removable saddle bag. Kids can pretend to feed it with the included bowl of toy carrots.

Taking dolls on the go has never been as easy and fun as with the Pink Butterfly Closet Carrier, the Manhattan Toy Crib, and the Sweet Dreams Bassinet, each of which are covered in durable, eye-catching fabric and are good for busy families whose youngsters prefer to take their dolls in tow. Whichever you choose, be sure it’s age appropriate by following the manufacturer’s stated age requirements, and always keep a close watch on children for a safe playtime.

Special Honors

Pottery Barn Kids Mini Pram Doll Stroller Your little one will enjoy taking a favorite baby doll on a leisurely stroll in this vintage-inspired pram. It’s designed to withstand bumpy sidewalks, with rugged wheels for easy mobility. The wheels and handle are filled with foam, and the fabric is made of 100% polyester. It’s equipped with a stroller bag on the handle, a storage basket underneath, and a sunshade. The design folds up easily for storage.

American Girl Julie’s Pinball Machine This colorful, miniature device works just like the real deal, with flashing lights, a digital scorekeeper, a plunger that launches the metal ball, and buttons that control the flipper arms. It makes sounds that can bring parents and grandparents back to their childhoods. It’s constructed with durable metal and wood components and is made for kids aged 8 and older.

4. Flowered Camping Chairs and Table Set

5. Celestial Morgan Horse

6. Queen's Treasures Yorkie

7. Manhattan Toy Crib

8. Glitter Girls Deluxe Outfit

9. Sweet Dreams Bassinet

10. Glitter Girls Places To Go

Karen Bennett
Last updated by Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett lives in Chicago with her family, and when she’s not writing, she can usually be found practicing yoga or cheering on her kids at soccer games. She holds a master’s degree in journalism and a bachelor’s in English, and her writing has been published in various local newspapers, as well as “The Cheat Sheet,” “Illinois Legal Times,” and “USA Today.” She has also written search engine news page headlines and worked as a product manager for a digital marketing company. Her expertise is in literature, nonfiction, textbooks, home products, kids' games and toys, hardware, teaching accessories, and art materials.

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