My Baby All Gone

February 8, 2007 at 12:07 am 22 comments

I fell in love with this doll once I saw it advertised on TV. Part of my Saturday morning ritual as a child was to watch all the cartoons on ABS-CBN. Before I could see Zelda and Jem (scheduled at 10:30am–I know this because I took my cartoon viewing seriously!) I had to watch 4KidsOnly, a magazine show that reviewed toys. They featured BabyAll Gone and as gullible as I was back then, I could hardly contain my excitement when I saw that this baby acts like a real one!

I had uncovered the truth about My Baby All Gone only this year. I was talking about it with my college classmate last week. I couldn’t stop wondering where Baby All Gone’s food goes after she drinks her milk and eats her food.

According to my friend, Baby All Gone’s milk bottle has a sponge inside that ‘absorbs’ the milk so it seems like she’s drinking the milk. The sponge then returns the milk to the bottle when it’s not tilted at an angle. The can of cherries turned out to be a disappointment. My friend says that the spoon with cherries has a magnet attached to it so that it will seem that she’s eating food.

I feel like the child who discovered that Santa doesn’t exist! Haha.


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  • 1. buckleygirl  |  February 8, 2007 at 9:06 pm

    our aunt gave this to my sis as a bday present. haha! i love this toy! kala ko talagang kinakain nung doll yung cherries, yun pla it just goes inside the spoon when the cherries touch the lips of the doll. one of the cutest and coolest toys invented during our childhood days! 😀

  • 2. kidswereus  |  February 8, 2007 at 11:47 pm

    And I think Babyallgone has a sister. Ever heard of another toy named Jenni the Gymmast? Haha.

  • 3. jaku  |  February 10, 2007 at 1:10 pm

    i think the bottle has another cylinder inside, so that the amount of liquid required to “fill” the whole bottle would fit inside the cap. the whole middle part of the milk bottle is actually empty, and the “milk” only fills the wall of the cylinder. the trigger mechanism atop the bottle would be the one that acts as the mechanism to let the liquid flow to and from the cap and the double cylinder.

    just my take 😀

  • 4. marga  |  February 11, 2007 at 12:29 am

    AHHHHHHHHHHH! hahaha i have this at home! my childhood doll! hahaha the fake milk looks rotten already!! i miss my younger days!!!!!!:(

  • 5. kidswereus  |  February 12, 2007 at 9:15 pm

    Oh wow, Jaku. How’d you know that?

  • 6. Crisel  |  February 26, 2007 at 8:56 pm

    OMG HAHAHA.. that’s it. I officially love this blog. I had a my baby all gone too. This is so weird.. was I such a fad-loving kid then that most of what I was into and most of what I used to have turned out to be what most people then liked as well? God, I have changed so much.

  • 7. kidswereus  |  February 26, 2007 at 10:43 pm

    Crisel! You’re making me blush…I’m glad you like what you’re seeing… Just let me know if you want to share more about your childhood (you can pitch in and contribute you know) 😀

  • 8. Crisel  |  February 27, 2007 at 9:05 am

    Well it’s true! The content is great/hilarious.. lol. I think you guys are doing a pretty good job dredging up those forgotten bits about the 90’s already anyway.. But if I remember something, I’ll let you know. 😀

  • 9. mykeeliling  |  March 27, 2007 at 12:51 pm

    we had 1 too.. so astigggg!! iniisip pa nmin noon.. baka busog na siya..hahahahahaahah!!

  • 10. James Azul  |  August 10, 2007 at 12:32 am

    actually, the cherries retract inside the spoon by means of a spring. sister had this toy.

  • 11. Maria  |  February 22, 2008 at 2:45 am

    I have been informed that I failed to get this toy for my daughter and had prommised it to her. Know were I can buy a second hand one is good condition???

  • 12. kidswereus  |  February 29, 2008 at 3:17 pm

    Hi Maria. I’m guessing you can find it on e-bay. 🙂

  • 13. maiapot  |  August 3, 2008 at 4:14 am

    I had one as a child too. My mom bought me one at my insistence. I don’t know why I wasn’t that hmmm…. I can’t tell.

    JAKU: i think the bottle has another cylinder inside, so that the amount of liquid required to “fill” the whole bottle would fit inside the cap. the whole middle part of the milk bottle is actually empty, and the “milk” only fills the wall of the cylinder. the trigger mechanism atop the bottle would be the one that acts as the mechanism to let the liquid flow to and from the cap and the double cylinder.

    exactly what I had noticed. It’s as if the milk is sandwiched between the 2 cylindrical glasses. So, there’s a hollow part in the middle, see? it doesn’t fill all the way up.

    and the cherries, ah! I love the smell… hmmm. I wonder where my mother keeps it now. *goes to the bodega*

  • […] is from a college blogger who felt ‘cheated’ by the doll’s eating action when she found out only recently […]

  • 15. erica  |  December 19, 2008 at 2:06 pm

    i actually have a 1991 kenner baby all gone doll new in the box

    • 16. Whitney  |  June 7, 2012 at 1:04 pm

      I would love to buy it !!!! Please message me…thank you …..

    • 17. Natasha  |  March 25, 2016 at 3:55 am

      Are you selling Erica

  • 18. good ol days  |  February 22, 2009 at 12:55 am

    I had one of those dolls when I was a little girl.
    I had told my 4 yr. old about it.
    Now I can’t find one.
    Anyone know where I can find one /

  • 19. Samantha  |  June 14, 2009 at 8:22 am

    I had Baby All Gone! I remember I got her for Christmas a couple years after I initially wanted her. The cherries didn’t have a magnet. On the back of the spoon was a little sliding lever thing. Think of how an exacto knife works. Something like that, but it’s flush with the spoon. You’d put the empty spoon into the cherry jar, and when you did, there was a little plastic piece that slid the lever on the spoon, making the cherries come out onto the spoon. When you touched the cherries to her mouth, they’d go back into the spoon because the spring would release them. Oh! I know. Ok, it works like a pen. Like the ones that you can pick a color, and you push down/slide down the color you want. Then to release it, you push a button and it goes back in. Same concept,

  • 20. Lanz16  |  December 7, 2009 at 7:37 pm

    MY GOSH!

    Naalaala ko itong commercial na ito!
    Noong nasa grade 3 nang sumikat yan!

    Pero na-pull out yung manikang yan sa market dahil sa isang incident sa US o dito na yung darili ng bata eh na stuck sa bibig ng manika! XD

    Oh well, brings back good memories talaga…

  • 21. bonniebooboo  |  February 23, 2010 at 6:42 am

    I had this doll and i LOVED it. I would love to find one for my niece now but I haven’t had any luck =[
    If anyone knows where to buy one I would appreciate it

  • 22. Nicole  |  February 23, 2010 at 11:41 am

    Just wanted to tell everyone that Hasbro, I believe is releasing a doll that comes with a “magic” spoon so that the doll can “eat” “bananas”…Unlike the doll of our generation, this doll has 25 different phrases and operates using batteries!

    (Ages 3 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $24.99 /Available: Fall 10)
    Little girls will know it’s time to feed BABY ALIVE BABY ALL GONE doll as she speaks more than 25 sounds and phrases to let “mommy” know she’s hungry! This curlicued cutie is ready to eat her delicious “bananas,” which “mommy” can “feed” BABY ALL GONE again and again using the “magic” spoon. To fill the spoon, girls simply place it into the bowl of “bananas.” Girls will enjoy watching BABY ALL GONE “eat” as the bananas “disappear” when the spoon touches her mouth. BABY ALIVE BABY ALL GONE makes real baby noises as she “gobbles” the “bananas” up and “drinks” from her sippy cup, which has “magic” disappearing “juice!” Requires 3 AAA batteries, included. Available at most major toy retailers nationwide and on


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