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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.
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.
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.
We bought this for my daughter for Christmas and she was really excited to play with it.
The doll started making cracking noise on the second time it was turned on and the movements are really slow even with replaced new batteries.
Unfortunately she won't walk on any of our floors - and we've tried on tile, wood, and Berber carpet.
Bought two for my 6year old and 9year old they haven't seen it yet but I know they will love itPublished 25 days ago by Wc
Perfect doll for little girl having lost an eye through an optical tumor and, now, at age 3, just learning to walk and talk!Published 2 months ago by Carol Loots
For my wife's young niece (9) who LOVES it!!! (in Thailand). They do not make dolls like this there...Published 2 months ago by Leland D. Gibbs