A controversial baby doll could soon be coming to a store near you.
In a press release on the company's website, Berjuan Toys announced it is meeting with several specialty retail chains and stores to have the doll readily available for purchase.
According to Berjuan, the doll has generated over $2 million in sales since it was released in Spain four years ago.
"The Breast Milk Baby has sold millions throughout Europe," said Dennis Lewis, the U.S. representative for Berjuan. "It is a wonderful, high quality product that mimics one of the world's most natural mothering abilities. We've been asked by millions of U.S. women to offer the doll here and we've been graciously embraced by dozens of advocacy groups that endorse the doll."
The Breast Milk Baby simulates the breast-feeding process by including a fashionable halter-top that a young girl can put on like a vest and when she brings the Breast Milk Baby doll's mouth up to the flower decoration on the vest, the doll makes a soft, suckling sound. The two flowers on the halter are positioned where the nipples would be and when the mouth of the doll is brought close to the embedded sensors in the flower, the baby makes motions and suckling sounds.