Questions & Answers
Melissa and Doug 8 Piece Time to Eat Feeding Set
Marlo from Jamesville, NY– Verified Buyer
My daughter love the little bottles that come with this set. They look like they are emptying when you turn them upside down. Adorable.
Lets play baby!
Hilda from Glen Cove, NY– Verified Buyer
My granddaughter loves feeding her baby, good quality feeding set.
ceci from Kennedale, TX– Verified Buyer
Got this for our granddaughter. I was exactly what I wanted and the price was great too. Easy for her to handle she loves it.
C. from GA– Verified Buyer
I purchased this doll table wear for my granddaughter to use with the Melissa and Doug high chair. We've been very pleased wtih it. The quality is very good and I can recommend this brand.
Pam from Texas
It arrived just as described. The online description was very fitting. I am very happy & would recommend this to anyone looking for something similar & high quality
good but not as pictured
Erica from bronx, NY– Verified Buyer
I bought this cute set for my 2 year old daughter because i wanted her to have a feeding set for her doll. but i fell in love with the set because in the picture the bottles are full to almost the brim, but when it came in the mail, which was super fast by the way. maybe one day, the bottles were less than half empty. so i felt it was false advertising. but nevertheless the product liqiud does vanish when my daughter holds it up to her dolls mouth. and she loves the product. but if i knew that the bottles would be less than half empty i would'nt have even purchased the product.
super cute for maternally inclined kids
Laura from Toronto, ON– Verified Buyer
My daughter loves this set, she makes sure to take either the juice or milk with her wherever she goes in case her 'baby' gets hungry.
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