I had a Baby Go Bye Bye when I was a little girl. I LOVED her! I was a tomboy and never really played with dolls but I still have her to this day. She's a tattered mess and the car is long gone.
I lived in a 10 foot 2 bedroom trailer and we were pretty poor. Although I didn't know it at the time. We each got one present for Christmas. I got the Baby Go Bye Bye. I remember you could program the big pink car with a dial on the bottom and it would drivearound and I think it would turn a corner.
I can still see the car driving down the hall with Baby Go Bye Bye's head just a bobbin'!
The original Baby Go Bye Bye had rooted blonde hair and striking painted baby blue eyes with a cheeky open-mouthed expression complete with a few baby teeth. Her head jiggled around slightly to give the impression that she was wide awake and active. Her original outifit was a light blue two-piece dress with lace edges around the collar, arms and bottom of the skirt, and this could be opened at the back.
Originally produced by Mattel, Baby Go Bye Bye was later taken over by Kenner, although the doll was then regularly bundled with a 'carry-cot' that could be fixed onto the child's back like a back pack.