Nostalgia Revived: Introduction to Tiny Harlow's Doll Feeding Accessories Collection

by Bailey Bouwman

As we gear up for Christmas, Nest & Sprout has been dreaming of creativity and play with new products for the playroom, and maybe under the holiday tree. We introduced Makedo Cardboard Construction, expanded our Sarah’s Silks collection, and have much more on the horizon to help you build wonder and imagination into your children’s world. 

That's why we're thrilled to introduce you to the enchanting world of Tiny Harlow's Doll Accessories Collection. This collection is not just about dolls; it's about creating magical memories, sparking creativity, and nurturing imaginative play in your little ones.

Nostalgia Revived: Tiny Harlow's Doll Feeding Accessories Collection

Do you remember the magic of Baby All Gone, the beloved baby doll from 1992? It came with a can of 'baby formula,' a baby bottle, a jar of cherries, and a spoon. I’m not sure I ever had one, but I definitely can remember the commercial content around it. 

And now, you can bring those memories to 2023 with Tiny Harlow and it’s nostalgic collection of doll feeding accessories. These are fantastic for your Dinkum Dolls, or any other collection of dolls your children have. 

Tiny Harlow's Tiny Tummies collection is a delightful addition to your child's doll playtime. Just like in the past, it's all about nurturing, feeding, and sparking the imagination. With six mouthwatering flavors—chocolate pudding, peach, grape, apple, strawberry, and banana purees—your child can recreate the magic of feeding their dolls.

Tiny Harlows Disappearing Food

And beyond the Tiny Tummies collection, you can also grab a disappearing milk bottle as you step back in time to the 90s with Tiny Harlow's Bottled Milk & Juice Set. These magical bottles are sure to bring a touch of wonder to your child's doll play.

Tiny Harlow's Infant Seats & Strollers: Nurturing Play, Just Like the Good Old Days

Now, let's explore two more fantastic products from the Tiny Harlow collection - the Infant Seats and Strollers, designed to bring back cherished memories while nurturing your child's imaginative adventures. We know that the Dinkum Doll Stroller isn’t always the best fit for all families, so these new additions might just be the right product for your kid. 

What's doll play without a stroller? Tiny Harlow's Doll Strollers are a nod to the beloved toys of the past, reimagined with a modern touch. Designed to withstand the test of time, these strollers are ten times stronger than their original design.Lightweight and easy for little hands to maneuver, ensuring your child can take their dolls on countless adventures.

Tiny Harlow's Infant Seats are designed with love and attention to detail, just like the rest of their collection. These miniature infant seats allow your child to embrace the role of a caring parent, providing comfort and security to their baby dolls. It's more than just a seat; it's an opportunity for your child to explore the joys of nurturing and imaginative play.

Creative Playtime Ideas

Looking for inspiration? Here are some creative ways to incorporate Tiny Harlow's Doll Accessories into your child's playtime:

  • Doll Adventures: Take your dolls on exciting journeys around the house, the garden, or even on a picnic. The Tiny Harlow Dolls Stroller is the perfect travel companion.
  • Pretend Play Restaurant: Set up a pretend restaurant where your child can "prepare" and "serve" meals to their dolls using Tiny Tummies.
  • Parenting Role Play: Encourage your child to play the role of a parent, teaching nurturing and responsibility.
  • Storytelling: Use the accessories as props to create imaginative stories and scenarios.

Available Now at Nest & Sprout in Prince George

Visit Nest & Sprout in Prince George today to see this doll feeding collection up close. We also brought in strollers and doll carriers from Tiny Harlow. And let us know what else you’d like to see us bring in to help you shop and curate the best playroom ever

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