Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll has colorful lights and sensors for flexi movements. This doll smiles, kisses, laughs and makes silly sounds to entertain children.
Why You'll Love It: Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll behaves and acts just like a real baby.
Age: 3 years and up
- Features 50 different phases and sounds
- On/off sensor button on her back
Every little girl likes to pretend she's the mommy of an adorable baby, and Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll brings that imaginary play to life. Designed for kids ages three and up, this 15-inch doll acts and sounds like a real baby with a total of 150 different words and sounds. She asks for kisses, eats her Popsicle, laughs when she's tickled, and even sneezes and asks her mommy to wipe her nose. My Real Baby comes with a Popsicle, clean-up cloth, feeding bowl and spoon, plastic Band-Aid, and toy bear.
Baby Responds to Your Touch
Prepare to be charmed by My Very Real Baby Doll. This happy, loving doll comes to life with a simple two-setting power switch (runs on four AA batteries, included). Once she's touched, she'll move her arms, tell you she loves you, say "Mommy!" and ask for a kiss. When she's touched on the left foot, left knee, or mouth, she'll squeal with ticklish delight.
She plays, she cuddles, she snuggles with her bear, and she eats when you feed her from her spoon, all the while letting you know how she's feeling with phrases like: "I'm sleepy." "Where's my bear, Mommy?" "Wanna play, Mommy? Tickle my toes!" "Hug me, Mommy." "Let's go night-night with Bear." She even asks for a kiss and gives you one back.
Doll Eats Popsicle, Holds Bear, and More
Magnets in the doll's mouth, hands, and juice Popsicle offer even more interactive fun. Baby will ask for her bear and "know" it's there when it's placed it in her hands. The red light "boo-boo" on her left knee turns off when you snap on the included bandage. After she eats her Popsicle, a green light turns on so her tongue appears to be the same color as the Popsicle. Use the cloth to wipe her face and hands when she asks to be cleaned up.
One minor technical hiccup our testers found is that the doll doesn't always differentiate correctly between a kiss, touch, or popsicle on the mouth, so she may give you a kiss when you mean to elicit the tickle response. Additionally, the boo-boo light on the knee didn't illuminate consistently.
Automatic Sleep Mode Saves Battery Power
One nice feature is that the doll will go into sleep mode if she's left alone for more than a minute or two. Sitting her up and then laying her down again wakes her up.
What's in the Box
Doll, teddy bear, Popsicle, Band-Aid, bowl and spoon, cloth, and instruction manual.