Toys of the Eighties, Oopsie Daisy
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A plastic, curly-blond haired doll who'd try to walk or crawl and then fall down. For some reason the entire commercial is burned into my memory, and I still hum the theme song at inopportune times.

"Oopsie Daisy is learning to crawl/She's such a pretty baby./ Crawl to me as fast as can be/Whoops! Oopsie Daisy."

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Amanda - June 04, 2007 - Report this comment
I had an oopsie daisy; I remember she smelled like baby powder, too! Long live the 80s!
Krista - July 04, 2007 - Report this comment
I remember having this as a kid, my aunt sent me one for a holiday when I was about 3...I think I ended up getting another when I got a little older too..
DaShon - August 06, 2007 - Report this comment
My best friend had one. We would make her crawl straight into a wall and watch her continue to crawl (as if trying to go through the wall). We laughed so hard! Long live the 80s!
Leah - September 20, 2007 - Report this comment
I got my first Oopsie Daisy for Christmas '88 when I was 3 years old. I loved watching her crawl. I left her alone often and found her running into a wall or chair. She only lasted about a year, when I ripped her head off (still ran her, headless). I got another one (one of the re-developed, yet smaller, ones). She became headless too.
Sue - October 12, 2007 - Report this comment
I had this doll and my mom hated it with a passion!!! It had the most horrible loud crying sounds ever! Mom would always take the batteries out of it and refuse to give me more, so I'd have to hunt around the house to find something with D batteries to put in her.
Amanda - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
I can't remember if I actually owned this doll or if I just remember seeing the commercial frequently...
Vanessa - December 06, 2007 - Report this comment
I wanted this doll so bad for x-mas and I actually got it! I loved it so much. I think i want another. LOL her and baby shivers!
laura - January 09, 2008 - Report this comment
no way...i had one of them, it was great ha ha
o - June 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Wow, I just noticed that EVERY doll seemed to smell like baby powder. Strangely, the smell never goes away.
Ducky - July 22, 2008 - Report this comment
I think my mom liked it more than I did. She kept it in the box high up in my closet & I had to ask permission to play with it. Sometimes she'd even tell me no, depending on where I said I wanted to take it! And if I did play with it, I wasn't allowed to take the hair net off. haha. But I got over it. She was kind of annoying cuz all she did was crawl, fall, & cry. And you couldn't really cuddle her cuz she was stiff like a robot. She's still in storage somewhere, I'm sure.
Missy - November 30, 2008 - Report this comment
I had that doll! I remember I had to beg my mom for that doll, for christmas! I got the doll, and at 27, I still have the the doll up in my closet.
JET - March 22, 2009 - Report this comment
My grandmother bought me one. I thought she could crawl down the stairs. Needless to say she died after I tried that!! I liked her though.
Natalie - July 02, 2009 - Report this comment
i remember us making up a jingle to the song since we really disliked this toy and young kids... "oopsie daisy's learning to crawl, shes such and ugly baby, she falls down the stairs and nobody cares, wooops oopsie daisy..." Man, we were harsh at 6ish years old!
KELLEY - September 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I HAVE AN OOPSIE DAISY.U.S.PATENT NO.4,878,87 SHE USED TO DO EVERYTHING THAT SHE'S SUPPOSED TO BUT JUST QUIT WORKING.YOU CAN HEAR THAT THE MOTOR STILL WORKS.WHERE CAN YOU GET HER REPAIRED AT?
Ailey - October 24, 2009 - Report this comment
LOL, Natalie, I had this and my babiest sister was scared of it, me and my older brother used to send it crawling after her... would have been better if it didnt fall every 5 seconds though!
Mariah - November 28, 2009 - Report this comment
I had this doll when i was real little..if anyone knows where i can locate it let me know mc_craybey1@yahoo.com
susanne - June 16, 2010 - Report this comment
i loved that doll i got one in 1988 and after my dad passed away and we were clening up my childhood home i found that doll. needless to say SHE STILL CRIED. I am trying to find a sound clip of that mum muma sound cause my 6 month old now sounds just like it. if anyone comes across it let me know @ s_nad25@hotmail.com
Dana - July 07, 2010 - Report this comment
I love this doll too! I remember riding on a golf cart at a friends house and the baby flying off and landing in mud. I cried and cried until her mom got her all cleaned up! Do they still sell these?? I would love for my little girl to have one!!
Charity - July 21, 2011 - Report this comment
Does anyone know who made the doll oopsie Daisy i remember having one as a child.
JEnnie - September 10, 2011 - Report this comment
I had an Oopsie daisy when I was younge...until one day she disappeared...I never knew how or why until I got much older maybe 20...my mom and dad told me she said "f you mama", so as any parent would do they took it and replaced it with a new toy that wasn't cussing! I loved that doll for as long as I did get to play with her..I was so young I don't remember hearing her say that, and I wouldn't have known what it meant anyway. They contacted the company too! Sent her back for a refund.
K Denise - July 14, 2012 - Report this comment
To all you girls that received this doll, they're great dolls, very durable! I bought one for my baby girl for her birthday or Christmas 1988. My daughter passed away unexpectedly. She never threw or gave any gift away. As I started going thru boxes, I found hers. In the original outfit. What was amazing, it'd be boxed up for at least 15 years with the batteries in it. I took old batteries out, poppedin new ones. She works like she did from the very day my daughter received her. When I'm able, I'll sell it. I bought every doll that was popular until she was older, got into Elmo. I probably have any of the dolls you girls are looking for. Contact me at rickrageous@yahoo.com.

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