Mom Betty Strachan, a doll artist in Australia, wanted to use her skills to help end the public fear of breastfeeding. Giving dolls more realistic makeovers Strachan's new creation is the "Mamas Worldwide Barbie."
"The decision to make a breastfeeding doll didn’t come consciously," she told The Huffington Post. "I’m a member of a mothers’ group that’s comprised of very lovely and supportive women. I remember one day, I was drawing the new face on a Barbie doll, and she just seemed to be the embodiment of the entire group."
The dolls went for sale on her Etsy shop, "All the Little Dolls," where they quickly sold out.
"Breastfeeding Barbie" comes included with a small baby doll, a hat and diaper in the color of your choice.
A prequel to Breastfeeding Barbie, All the Little Dolls also has a pregnant doll, which is finally a doll with realistic proportions.
And of course she sells some terrifyingly realistic babies.
Plus mother-daughter teams.
This one looks like Sia and Maddie Ziegler.
Check out all the All the Little Dolls on Facebook.