Bemma is at an age when she adores a doll. So when Baby Born Interactive Princess Doll turned up, it was met with delight. Included in the box is the princess doll and an abundance
Bemma is at an age when she adores a doll. So when Baby Born Interactive Princess Doll turned up, it was met with delight.
Included in the box is the princess doll and an abundance of accessories. There is a potty, her dress, her headband, a nappy, a bowl, a spoon, her potty, 2 bracelets (one for baby born, and one for the proud new owner) her dummy, her bottle and a pouch of porridge. It has absolutely everything you need to play, no added extras to buy. One of the big appeals to me is that she doesn’t need batteries!
Baby Born Princess has many features, she has moving limbs, so you can put her any way you like. Of course she also has the eyes that close when you lay her down, and open when she is upright. She drinks from the bottle included, which you can fill with water. Of course, what goes in must come out, so the nappy can be used for Baby Born, and she can use the potty too. There is a button (her belly button!) that you press to activate. Baby Born also cried real tears! You can also use the bowl to mix up the porridge, as per the instructions on the packet and feed her too, again this comes out the other end. Then my most favourite feature is that Baby Born is washable! Bemma loves being able to put her in the bath with her, and it has made bath time so much better for all.
If you are looking for a doll packed with features, this is the one for you! There is bundles of accessories available to buy separately, Bemma already has the bath on her Christmas list, and a review for the Princess Bed coming soon.
You can buy Baby Born Interactive Princess Doll from all toy retailers, the RRP is £44.99. You can also follow Zapf Creation on Facebook.