It’s a breastfeeding doll whose suckling sounds are prompted by sensors sewn into a halter top worn by little girls. It's caught some flak after hitting the U.S. market.

Berjuan Toys is a family-owned, 40-year-old doll maker in Spain that can’t get the dolls onto mainstream shelves more than a year after introducing the line in this country. Would you buy this doll for your daughter? Watch the video at their website and let us know.