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Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Walk & Giggle Doll

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  • Needs your loving care as you nurture
  • Play and help her take her very first big girl steps!
  • Try to keep up as this interactive doll goes from sitting, to standing, to walking with you, and all by herself!
  • This big girl also loves to play peek-a-boo!
  • Fully interactive doll includes 60 phrases, sounds and songs
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Product Description

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

Product Description

Little Mommy Walk & Giggle Doll

Little Mommy Walk & Giggle Doll is an interactive doll that keeps them entertained with everything she does - when she's sitting or standing or even walking on her own. Plus, this doll loves to play peek-a-boo and helps kids take their first steps.

Why You'll love it: Bring out the playful side in your little one.

Age: 3 years and up

  • Comes with 60 phrases, sounds and songs
  • Perfect for interactive playtime
  • Encourages nurturing behavior among children
Required Batteries: 6 AA batteries (not included)

Get ready for interactive playtime with the Fisher Price Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Walk & Giggle Doll. Designed for children age three and older who enjoy playing "mommy," this life-like doll features a repertoire of more than 60 phrases, songs, and sounds. From playing peek-a-boo to walking with her colorful pooch, she offers hours of interactive enjoyment while helping to encourage a nurturing behavior.

Walk & Giggle (Caucasian)
    Ages: 3 and up

  • 6 "AA"/LR6 alkaline batteries
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Scissors
What We Think

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The Good: Doll provides an array of fun activities, including Peek-a-Boo, walking with included puppy toy, and more. Her "magic touch" hands respond to touch for easy start-up.

The Challenging: Some of the doll's phrases are not always easy to understand.

In a Nutshell: Pretend-and-play doll can walk, talk, giggle, and interact with her "mommy" to offer hours of interactive fun while developing social skills.

This cheerful toy has positionable arms, friendly eyes, and soft hair with cute ringlets. View larger.

Walk & Giggle doll keeps her "mommy" busy as she walks, talks, giggles, and interacts. View larger.
Interactive Doll Makes Nurturing Fun for Your Little "Mommy"
This cheerful toddler comes dressed in a pair of brightly patterned pajamas. She has positionable arms, friendly eyes, and a hairdo that curls into ringlets at the ends. The doll comes with her own accessories, including a bottle, blanket, pacifier, and a puppy with rolling wheels and a leash for easy walking.

The doll is easily removed from the box by turning and removing two simple key locks from the back, then unfastening the clear rubber bands from the doll's wrists. The bottle, pacifier, and blanket are also fastened by rubber bands. Parents may need to use scissors to cut the flexible wire attaching the puppet to box. To get playtime started, power up the doll with 6 "AA"/LR6 alkaline batteries (not included) -- two in the back (underneath the pajamas) along with two in each foot. A small Phillips head screwdriver is required to open the battery doors.

Once the batteries are installed, simply flip the power switch on her back, which is located just above the battery door, and playtime can begin. The doll's special "magic-touch" hands respond to touch, so your child only needs to touch a finger to get the doll talking and giggling. A button on her tummy can also be pressed to get her started. She has a set of more than 60 randomized songs, sounds, and phrases that include "Bottle, mama?" "Tickle me!" and "Let's play peek-a-boo!"

She Walks, Talks, Giggles, and Plays
The Walk & Giggle doll can stand up and walk all by herself. When placed in a sitting position on a flat surface, this doll can get herself to a standing position, then begin walking. If she falls down, she can get up on her own. If she is lying flat and facing down, the doll will automatically get up without assistance -- if she is lying flat and facing up, she cannot get up and will ask for help by saying, "Help me up, mama!"

The Walk & Giggle doll keeps her "mommy" busy. Tickle her and she wiggles and giggles. When she requests her bottle, it's time to give her a sip from her favorite bottle with its dancing teddy bear design. She also keeps on-the-go by walking her colorful pooch, who is equipped with wheels and a leash for an easy stroll. When she asks to play Peek-a-Boo, place her hands in the corner pockets of the included blanket, then touch both hands simultaneously -- she will know it's Peek-a-Boo time and bring the blanket up to her eyes.

Pretend-and-Play Design Helps Teach Language and Social Skills
The interactive design of the Walk & Giggle doll not only entertains children, it also helps develop their language and social skills. The doll's repertoire of phrases help children to practice speech while at play, so the experience is both entertaining and educational. And the practice of helping the doll -- from feeding her to lending a hand when she falls down -- encourages nurturing behavior in a child, helping lead to generosity and friendliness in social environments such as classrooms and play groups.

The doll's realistic sounds and random, interactive phrases make an excellent stimulation for role-playing. However, children may have some difficulty at first understanding some of the doll's phrases. But once you and your child become accustomed to her speech patterns, recognition should not be a problem.

What's in the Box
Fisher Price Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Walk & Giggle Doll with bottle, blanket, pacifier, and toy puppy with leash.

Product Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 5.5 x 15.5 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • Item model number: N7776
  • Our recommended age: 36 months - 10 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 10 years
  • Batteries 6 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,340 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Important Information

Safety Warning
Small parts may be generated. Contains a long cord.

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Pooh on March 24, 2010
Package Type: Standard Packaging
This doll is darling. My 3 year old received it last month for her birthday. It is amazing how it can stand, sit, and lay down all on it's own. It talks and walks. We have fun watching this doll do her thing. It was a hit at the birthday party when my daughter opened it. Everyone was laughing and having fun watching this doll. It does best on a solid surface floor such as wood and not too well on tile, since the cracks and bumps make it difficult for the doll to walk. Just one hint: Don't forget that it needs batteries in it's back, and BOTH of its feet. It took us a bit to figure out the feet thing.

After the first couple of days, this darling doll has not been played with. My 8 year old daughter will play with it occasionally, but it is not the doll of choice. The doll has a very hard, stiff body. She does not work well with everyday pretend play. When she is turned off, she is stuck in the position that she was in when you turned her off. Her legs and arms cannot be moved or bent for strollers, etc. She is not a doll that your child will cudle with in bed.

My 3 year old has two of the Little Mommy Sweet As Me dolls that she loves. They are adorable and great for everyday play. I would recommend them, especially for younger girls. I can pick them up for around $10, verses this expensive doll (however, I found this doll on clearence for $25, which was plenty).

Overall, this doll is cute and fun to watch. She is not great for pretend play and cuddling.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Joan on November 23, 2009
The other woman on this site complaining probably didn't use Akeline batteries. It says right on the box and in the instructions to use Akeline batteries, not regular ones. My daughter has this doll and we absolutely love it! It has lasted over 1 month and we still have the same batteries!

Use Akeline and you'll be fine. This doll is amazing and worth every penny!

If you miss this one, you've missed one of the best dolls for the Christmas season!
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Harish C. Vaidyanathan on November 18, 2009
Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging Verified Purchase
Cute doll, kids love it but environment conscious parents better stay away. This doll chews battery for breakfast, lunch & dinner and it eats 'em 6 at a time.

Day 1: kids receive the doll, are delighted and play with it morning through evening (cute for sure).
Day 2: doll only speaks but can't move. Replace 4 batteries (2 in each leg) and it works all rights
Day 3: doll goes mum, replace 2 batteries at the back

Day 6: cycle 6 batteries again
Day 8: order a set of rechargeable batteries on ebay!

Personally, I dont see any educational value from the toy, its cute though but I definitely dislike the fact that it is such a power hog. Not to mention that it usually makes a snap sound occasionally when you lift the doll by her arms... as if you broke the thing!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kristi on December 22, 2009
Package Type: Standard Packaging
This doll is amazing, my girls love her. They got her from their Nana yesterday when we celebrated Christmas at her house. So far I'm only seeing one thing that is worrying me about this doll. When she goes from standing to sitting her arms are getting stuck and they pop loudly and constantly until the girls pop her arms back up where they are suppose to be. Then she will finish sitting down. They were stuck a couple of times when she was standing from a laying position. Other than this she is a very fun doll. I think for the technology she is probably worth the price. Hopefully the price will go down some with time though. I wouldn't mind getting another doll so they could each have one without having to share.
The only other drawback that I can think of is the fact that she takes 6 AA batteries. Two in her back and two in each of her feet. We are going to have to buy some rechargable batteries for her because she has already drained the batteries in her back after less than 24 hours. Maybe 3 9V batteries would have been better, I'm not sure.
It seems like I've only talked about the negative things. She really is an amazing doll. She says so many things and her interactions are so much fun. I would have LOVED to had a doll like her when I was a little girl.
Please don't let anything in my review discourage your purchase of this doll. She's worth the money.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Emell on January 21, 2011
Package Type: Standard Packaging
My 4yr old recieved this doll for Christmas. She played with it some for the first week, but after that, she was pretty much done. Meanwhile my 2yr old son still gets a big kick out of it occasionally, especially when the doll falls over and crashes to the floor which initiates it to start a brief crying jag. Or when he flips her over face down on the floor, causing her to say "NO-no-no-no-no!" But even he gets bored fairly soon. The doll movements are stiff & robotic. I guess I should impressed the doll can walk, sit down and stand back up unassisted at all, but while it is performing the various tricks you can hear the loud whirring of her internal motors, so it's not so much a baby doll for your child to mother as it is a "droid" for you to experiment on, to see how you can disrupt the animatronics for the funniest result.

I call her baby Frankenstein bc her arms stick straight out most of the time, and her knees don't bend when she walks, so she sways and staggers along, like Frankenstein. Plus she's clunky, heavy and handles like a toaster. Her phrases are limited, and could be more original, IMO, for the price. You can't change her clothes, and you wouldn't want to sleep with her - again the toaster analogy. So in summary, it's too expensive given that it's repertoire of tricks, while fun to watch at 1st, get stale fast, and after that you may as well give it to your 2yr old son to work on, maybe find it's weaknesses.
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