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27 Baby Doll Activities for Kids

by happytoddlerplaytime

Inside: 27 super fun baby doll activities for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Get all the benefits children gain from playing with dolls while keeping them busy and entertained!

Looking for fun activities that toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners will enjoy? Pull out all your baby dolls and get ready for hours of fun!

Why Playing with Dolls Matters

Playing with dolls is great for all children. It helps them improve their social skills, empathy towards others and h their sense of responsibility. It is also a wonderful way to develop language skills.

This amazing list of adorable baby doll activities is broken down into three sections.

The first, Fun Activities with Baby Dolls, is full of exciting and easy activities using baby dolls from face painting, diy haircuts to giant diy coloring pages and more. This is my favourite section and I can’t wait to try every idea with my kids.

Next, is the DIY Baby Doll Supplies section. In this section you will easy tutorials for building or creating your own baby doll bed or crib, diapers, carrier and even a baby swing!

The final section is Baby Doll Bathing Stations. Here you will fun ways to set up a baby doll bathing station for your little one including all the things to include to ensure hours of fun play time.

Fun Activities with Baby Dolls

Baby Doll Haircuts – Happy Toddler Playtime

Baby Doll Bandaid Shape Matching Play Activity – Finding Myself Young

Feed the Baby Sensory Bin – Happy Toddler Playtime

Pretend Doctor Play – The Art Kit Blog

Baby Doll Body Paint – A Crafty Living

Painting with Dolls – No Time for Flashcards

Elastics and Baby Dolls – Chick Link

Face Painting with Dolls – The Empowered Educator Online

Baby Doll Colouring – Happy Toddler Playtime

Parts of the Body with Dolls – Lessons and Lillies

Bandaid Baby – Mrs Plemon’s Kindergarten

Playing Doctor: How to Make a Cast for Your Doll – Mom Trusted

DIY Baby Doll Supplies

Easy DIY Doll Bed – Our Whimsical Days

Cardboard DIY Doll Rocking Crib – Little Red Window

How to Make a DIY Doll Crib – Craft Create Cook

Pretend Doll Swing – Growing Play

How to Make a No-Sew Doll Carrier Your Child Will Love – Mama Smiles

Baby Doll Carrier Tutorial – Inspirations Made Simple

Magnetic Tile Doll Bed – The Wonders of Play

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No Sew Baby Doll Diapers – Artsy Fartsy Mama

DIY Baby Doll Diapers – Mothers Niche

Bath Stations

Rose Petal Baby Doll Bath – Happy Toddler Playtime

Pretend Play: Care for Baby – Laughing Kids Learn

Doll Bath Station: Hours of Pretend Play for Toddlers – Happy Hooligans

Shaving Cream and Baby Dolls Sensory Play – Happy Toddler Playtime

Bathing Dolls: Water Sensory Play – Mess for Less

Baby Doll Washing & Caring Station – The Imagination Tree


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Muscovites again outraged breastfeeding mother

“In the Moscow metro car near the Vykhino station, a girl bared her breasts and began to feed her baby. Many were outraged, considering such behavior obscene, and the child was old enough to breastfeed. The check has begun,” the caption to the photo reads.

What kind of check was started and by whom, the authors of the channel do not specify. Probably, they decided to check the quality of milk and whether the child was full.

As expected, a discussion unleashed under the post for more than 800 comments. It turned out that many readers of the public are not concerned about the behavior of a woman, but the reaction to it: is it surprising to anyone else that a woman can breastfeed in a public place, and should a whole post be devoted to this?

"Well, feed and feed."

“There is nothing wrong with breastfeeding babies. You can feed in public places, but it makes sense to try to move away from crowded places.”

“There are simply no special places for feeding in the metro, it’s better to let them feed than a small one yells at the whole car.

We cannot but agree with such comments. Unfortunately, we have seen other reactions more than once. Criticism of the practice of breastfeeding has long become commonplace.

Only this spring, in the public “Overheard in the Moscow Metro”, a survey was conducted about GV, in which 3,251 users of the social network Vkontakte took part. More than 40 percent believe that breastfeeding a child in a public place is “stressing, but tolerable”, 27 percent chose the option “tough, how is it possible”, and 31 percent felt that “it's normal”.

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NAN devoted more than one text to the topic of breastfeeding in public. We said that opponents of breastfeeding in public places consider this matter indecent and expose women as crazy perverts. They suggest that women breastfeed only at home or express milk in advance and bottle feed.

Some compare the process of feeding with sex, going to the toilet and masturbation - in general, with what is indecent to do in public. Why the road to hell is paved with such metaphors, our columnist Tamara Vysotskaya wrote a column.

We have explained that often a woman does not do this out of pleasure or a desire to show her breasts to the public. Most likely, the child began to cry or became capricious, and the woman had to calm him down in this way.

“This forced step implicitly spreads the idea that breastfeeding is normal everywhere, even on the Moon. This is not a demonstration of the chest, not a performance, not a protest, not an attempt to spit in your soul. Babies are people whom nature has arranged to be mammals. And placed the source of this milk in the mother's breast, imagine. Probably to annoy you. That is why it is simply ridiculous to speak “for” or “against” breastfeeding in public. You can just live with the fact that it exists. And don't argue," says the NAN book.

We also wrote that shaming of breastfeeding mothers became widespread only at the end of the twentieth century. Previously, breastfeeding was considered something absolutely normal and did not raise questions. In confirmation of this, Facebook user* Renee Johnson posted thirty historical photographs on her page, in which women of different eras, nationalities and social statuses breastfeed their children in public places (the age of children, by the way, also varies - from newborn babies to quite meaningful toddlers) .

Now breastfeeding in public can be a scandal. For example, NAN told the story of Sophie Yoels, which took place in 2021, who was forbidden to breastfeed her child in a candy store on the Arbat in Moscow. The woman turned to a lawyer who helped her write instructions for women who faced discrimination due to breastfeeding in a public place.

So if you want to breastfeed your baby when you need to, get the advice of a lawyer and, if in doubt, read tips on how to stop worrying and start breastfeeding your baby in public places.

Childhood suffering: memories of former prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp

April 11, 2017, 09:00,

updated May 9, 2016, 10:22

April 11 is the International Day for the Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camp Prisoners. It is installed in memory of the uprising of prisoners in the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald in Germany, which took place on this day in 1945. The prisoners managed to disarm more than 800 guards. After American troops approached the camp on April 13, it was completely liberated. More than 21 thousand people were saved, including 914 children.

Former juvenile prisoners from Bryansk, who spent the years of the Great Patriotic War in German camps, shared with TASS their memories of these terrible and cruel times: how blood was taken from children for wounded German officers, how little children were killed just for that they cry from hunger, about how mothers closed their children's eyes, protecting them from scenes of violence. Valentina Mazokhina, Lyudmila Svishcheva and Pyotr Karpukhin were three or four years old when the Nazis sent them along with their mothers in "calf houses" - freight trains - to Belarus, Germany and Austria. While their fathers fought the German invaders at the front, all of them miraculously managed to escape death thanks to the patience and heroism of their mothers.

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Former juvenile prisoners know much of that life behind barbed wire only from the stories of their mothers, but some moments are preserved in their memories. “Now you forget to salt something, but that life is deposited in your memory, as if it were yesterday,” says Petr Fyodorovich Karpukhin. He was four years old when, together with his mother Khovra Maksimovna Karpukhina and sister, in July 1943 they were taken from Bryansk to Germany to Nazi camps, first to the city of Hagen, then to Dedenhofen.

A mug of milk

These cities had large railway junctions, and women prisoners were sent to work to unload and clean the trains, while the children remained in the camps. All of them were malnourished, so after their release they returned home with rickets and night blindness.

Sometimes mothers, violating prohibitions, brought us something to eat after work, and the Germans severely beat us for it. I still remember how they dragged a female translator by the hair, how she screamed

"When they returned home to Bryansk, they gave her ten years in prison for helping the Germans translate. She served six, then was rehabilitated. She died recently," adds Karpukhin.

Children were also beaten. “Once I was hungry and wanted to steal something to eat. And the German hit me on the back so much that I flew several meters. But I got up and went. I don’t have three vertebrae. It’s still good, I didn’t remain hunchbacked. Only then did I remember this case in the camp, "he shared.

He recalls that the head of the camp was a German woman, well-groomed, beautiful, in boots and with a whip. “It happened that this Frau would come into the camp where the children were lying on the bunk, she would say “com, kinder. ” You go with her, and she starts to have fun. I remember what happened to me. Here she stands, holds a mug of milk and gives me at a distance, teasing. I go hungry, and behind the sheepdog - jumped over me, I somersaulted, and so I didn’t drink this milk, ”says Pyotr Fedorovich.

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Children were often taken away from the camp forever: the mother returns from work in the evening, and her child is gone. Where the children were taken, no one knew. Once the whole camp was driven through the mountains on foot. There was a rumor among the prisoners that they were going to be shot. “I remember the beech trees around on the way. It was hard to walk. But then we were surrounded by the Americans, the Germans were taken prisoner. They began to hug us, feed the children with chocolate, ride motorcycles, freed us, and managed to do it,” Pyotr Fedorovich shares his memories.

"Then I remember how we were taken home across the Elbe. You seem to be sleeping during the day, and at night you look like an animal through the window. car at night. And the train slowly moves along a temporary bridge over the Elbe, you can overtake it with a step, but they will remain alive or inanimate - no one knew. Where it will dive, into the river or smash against a pile ... ", he says.

After returning to Bryansk, the family had to live in a dugout, because the Germans burned down their home. A few months later, my father also returned from the front. "He came as an invalid of the second group, without ribs, without an eye, with a sore leg," Pyotr Fyodorovich sighed.

The best blood

Valentina Stepanovna Mazokhina also recalls that the Bryansk families had nowhere to return from the camps. “Everything was burned to the ground here, all the streets. Those old women who remained there burned down along with their houses, and we were stuffed into freight cars and taken to Austria, to camp number 301,” Valentina Stepanovna shares her story and with trembling hands shows supporting documents about that she spent two years with her mother Anna Georgievna Sulimova, who was about 20 years old at that time, in a concentration camp.

Anna Georgievna told her daughter the whole truth before her death in 1984, she used to be afraid that she would be sent to jail as a traitor. “It was a very scary camp. Immediately after arriving at the parade ground, the Germans began to take away the children from their parents. There were screams, groans, there was generally horror of what was happening,” Valentina Stepanovna recalls the stories of her mother. Women and children lived in separate barracks.

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From time to time, some children were taken in groups and kept for two weeks in special boxes, fed, kept clean. And then they took their blood to save the wounded German officers. “My mother told me that if they completely took blood, the children died, and their corpses were taken out and dumped in a special pit. Some were sent back to the camp: if they die, then they die, if they don’t die, then they will survive,” said Valentina Stepanovna. “They took blood even from babies, they were considered to have the best blood. And the local residents, the Austrians, went to this pit, took off clothes from children’s corpses, and now, if another child moves, they took him with them on a cart and nursed him at home” she added. Valentina Mazokhina was lucky: it was her turn, but the liberators came to the camp. Of the children from all over the large Kavkazskaya street in Bryansk, only she and another girl survived the captivity.

In that camp, all women and children from the age of 12 worked in the field, growing sugar beets. In order not to die of hunger, for food they threshed paper, added flour and boiled a paste that stuck to the sky. It was possible to pay with life in the camp for the slightest offense.

"When the siren blared, mothers called us, and the children ran to their mothers' call. If they did not have time to return, both the mother and the child were shot on the spot," says Valentina Stepanovna.

My mother told a story about how one boy screamed so much from hunger that a German came up and stabbed him with his bayonet. The mother of the child in front of everyone immediately gray-haired, white became like a harrier

Camp 301 in Austria was liberated at the beginning of 1945. Many prisoners died in the crowd when they ran out from behind the gates of the zone. “When my mother began to tell me all this, I began to remember that when we left Austria, she put on a lot of things on me, so much that I couldn’t turn around. And she put on herself, and on me. I complained to her that I feel bad, and she said: be quiet, this is to come, sell, and buy a piece of bread and salt, ”recalls the former prisoner.

Valentina Stepanovna's mother and father never met after the war. Stepan Sulimov served as a tanker, liberated Berlin. He died a few days before the Victory, in April, when they took the Reichstag. He was buried in Germany, and a notice was sent home, in which they indicated the number of the cemetery, and the row, and even the grave, so that relatives could visit. “I have never been to my father’s grave. But I dream of going there. I only hope for my son. He is a truck driver, he says that as soon as they give him a flight to Germany, he will take me too,” Mazokhina said.

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Lyudmila Nikolaevna Svishcheva, chairman of the public organization of former juvenile prisoners of the fascist concentration camps in the Fokinsky district of Bryansk, who also spent about a year in a concentration camp in Belarus, has no doubt that children who ended up in concentration camps survived only thanks to their selfless and patient mothers.

"I was very fond of dogs, and the Germans all walked with shepherd dogs. These dogs, of course, were very trained on people. My mother, Antonina Vasilievna Silukova, worked in the kitchen, she and the women were peeling potatoes. And when she looked through the window, she saw that I run straight to the dog. She jumped out through this window like a bullet, and ran, grabbed me and saved me from certain death. Then they began to try how to get through this window, but no one could do it anymore, "said Lyudmila Nikolaevna .

In general, Antonina Vasilievna spoke very little about camp life: even five-year-olds were sent to work, they dug the ground, carried stones, everyone was hungry.

They harnessed the children to the wagons, and they themselves get drunk on schnapps, they beat them with whips, they take the children, and they still make them sing. They laugh and shoot. But if there was some kind of mass execution, mothers tried to close our eyes with their hands so that we would not see.

"That's why we still live, because our mother took care of our nervous system a little. Parents are parents, our protection. Thanks to mothers, we remained alive," adds Svishcheva.

She remembers that even in the camp there was a crematorium where people were burned every day. The weakest were led in a column, stripped and burned alive. But even in such difficult conditions, under fear of being shot, captured women organized underground organizations in order to give their children at least some kind of education. “At night they crawled into the children’s barracks and taught lessons. There were no books. The teachers recited War and Peace and other books from memory. And they even arranged a Christmas tree for the New Year,” recalls Lyudmila Nikolaevna. A year later, the camp was liberated by Belarusian partisans.

The last witnesses of the war

After returning home, the Bryansk families were waiting not only for the empty burnt streets of the city, but also the danger of being in captivity again.

The prisoners were considered traitors. Stalin sent them to Solovki. Mother warned: don't tell anyone anywhere. Lyudmila Nikolaevna was able to get an education only because during the war her father worked as a train driver, delivered shells, ammunition, and food to besieged Leningrad. She told everyone that she went with her father.

Svishcheva reminded that juvenile prisoners were recognized only at the end of the 80s, they were equated with veterans. “But in fact, it turns out that we are equated only on paper.

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