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Your Little Girl Will Never Lose Her Doll Again

Little Girls Baby DollsEveryone loves to see a cute kid pretending to be a mom.

Matilda Rose, 2, daughter of actress Michelle Williams and the late Heath Ledger, knows how to get around town with her baby doll. She was spotted in Brooklyn sporting a clever doll carrier on her back, allowing her to take her dolly with her everywhere without tying up her curious hands.

Myriam and Eric Hildenbrand, a New York husband and wife team, recently developed myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier to help all little girls solve the dilemma of how to carry their dolls. myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier fits a variety of different dolls and teddy bears, ranging in size 12-18 inches.

Little Girls DollsThe Hildenbrands loved the idea of patterning their concept after a kangaroo, but the name “kangaroo” was too common and overused. Instead, they settled on a wallaby which is “just as cute with a pouch like kangaroos.”

The first bag in the product line – the Agile bag – is named for one of the over 30 sub-species of wallabies. Future myWallaby products will be named after the other sub-species.

Little Girls Baby Dolls

Made in the USA, the high-quality myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier is made from the finest materials and is completely machine washable. Available in a variety of delightful color combinations, it can be used as a doll carrier or a purse. The myWallaby Agile Bag is different from other doll carriers because it is designed to carry a doll facing forward – like a wallaby!

The myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier can be purchase for $49.99 at myWallaby.com and Amazon.

(Photo: INF, courtesy Celebrity Baby Blog)

We’ve all seen celebrity dads with their “man bags.” Do you think the myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier is a suitable toy for a boy? Let us know!



Mary Fetzer


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