My Little Pony My Baby Pinkie Pie

One of the toys I still have from my childhood is a My Little Pony, I love that I can show Amy the Rainbow Dash pony I used to play with when I was a little girl. The brand has evolved over the years, in addition to the incredible range of My Little Pony toys available there are also the My Little Pony plush toys, the My Little Pony Equestria Girls figures and now the cute My Little Pony My Baby toys too.

Amy fell in love with the My Little Pony My Baby Pinkie Pie, a sweet baby version of the now famous pink pony. She still has her signature cutie mark of three party balloons, with big blue eyes, a pretty glittery bow and she’s now wearing a molded nappy.

The 7.5 inch My Baby Pinkie Pie comes with an interactive bottle, simply feed her to activate bottle sounds. These include sucking noises, giggling and even crying and a burp. She also comes with a little removeable bib with cupcake design.

The baby pony’s head can be turned left and right, and her feet are poseable which means you can make her sit or stand. She also has a little tail which can be turned. My Baby Pinkie Pie is made of a soft plastic so she’s good for cuddles.

The baby pony doll is great for those little children who love nurturing role-playing games, and she’s the perfect size to still pop her in a bag and take her on a new adventure.

My Little Pony My Baby Pinkie Pie is available from toy stores and online retailers for a recommended retail price of R499.99. There is also a My Baby Twilight Sparkle available.

Thanks to Hasbro for adding My Baby Pinkie Pie to our My Little Pony collection.

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  • Reply Perla Garcia November 24, 2020 at 11:22 pm

    Hi my name is perla and I just have a few questions concerning the toy you showed. Where were you able to find it ? I have been on the search for that doll for months now and I have had no luck . My niece wanted it for her birthday in july but I told her I could maybe have it by Christmas. If you are too busy I completely understand I just thought I would give it a shot in hope of finding the pony. Thank you for taking the time to hear me out

    • Reply Lisa Trollip November 26, 2020 at 7:12 am

      Hi Perla, thanks for stopping by my blog. Where are you based?

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