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Baby Alive Learns to Potty (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Playing mommy is even more realistic with this sweet baby doll
- Press the doll's bracelet to wake her up. It's time to eat. Mix her special food and feed her, using her bowl and spoon
- And since she's potty training she'll also let you know when she needs to go
- The realistic baby doll encourages valuable, imaginative role-play for future mommies in-training
- Doll comes with potty, dress, 2 doll diapers, bottle with nipple and cap, bowl, spoon, 2 packets of doll food, bib and package of wipes
- Better hurry, though. Put her on the potty and she'll pee and poop
- While also helping to teach a sense of responsibility and good, old-fashioned tender, loving care
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Your Baby Alive doll is "potty training". After eating, she tells you that she need to go. The more she "pees" and "poops" in the potty, the fewer accidents she'll have in her diaper.
The Baby Alive Learns to Potty doll from Hasbro really eats, drinks, and uses the potty. With its blinking eyes, talking mouth, and ability to "eat" and "digest" its food, this doll provides interactive and imaginative fun for children ages 3 and up.
This version of Baby Alive is a toddler, just the right age for potty training. She has cartoonish, oversized eyes and a head of curly hair, and comes dressed in a bib and a removable dress. Press the button on her bracelet to turn her on; she'll "wake up" and say "I Love You Mommy." When she talks, her eyes blink and her mouth moves in sync with her words. When she says "I'm hungry," that's the cue to feed her.
The doll comes with a bowl and two baby food mixes. Mix one baby food packet with water and feed it to her with the included spoon. She'll "chew," ask for more, and say the food is yummy. She needs water, too: she can drink real water from the included baby bottle.
Potty Training Time
After she's done eating, the doll will say she has to go potty. Sit her on the included toilet, and she will really go. But watch out: if you wait too long, the doll will say, "Uh, oh, I had an accident," and she'll go in her diaper -- or all over you, if you're not careful! She comes with an extra diaper and wipes for cleaning and changing.
Baby Alive's most unique feature is that she gets better at using the potty after every feeding session: after the second session, she will ask to use the potty twice before going in her diaper, and after the third feeding, she'll ask to go three times before having an accident, and so on until the fifth feeding. (The doll's potty training feature can be reset, so your child can "teach" her to use the potty over and over again.)
Interactive Role-Playing Fun
While some talking toys simply recite phrases at children, Baby Alive takes it a step further by offering the opportunity for interaction. As well as asking for food and using the potty, she also will ask your child to sing songs, play, or give her a hug -- each of which invites a response. We particularly like that her interactive features allow for role-playing fun, which is a vital part of a young child's development.
However, because of the potential for mess, this is not a toy for independent play, especially for younger children, and especially if you'd like your house to stay tidy. So parents and caregivers need to be on hand -- and they need to be prepared to clean up some messes! The doll also requires cleaning between feedings and potty sessions to keep it working properly.
The doll comes with two food pouches and an extra diaper, but you'll definitely want to stock up on more before your child begins to play because they get used up very quickly! Accessories are available for separate purchase.
What's in the Box
Baby Alive doll (batteries included) with bib, dress and diaper; bowl, spoon, two baby food packets, water bottle, baby wipes, two baby food packets, extra diaper
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(yes, we have the pacifier in right, etc.) That's why we got it. By the way, you have to purchase another set with the pacifier, does not even come with doll. Never used the
food/diapers mess, one new real baby in the house is enough to change and feed.
Very mad that this doll does not work, since it came from Amazon but shipped from
somewhere else, and box is destroyed because it is so dang hard to get out of it I suppose we cannot send back. Makes me mad when something does not work as it should brand new.
Not wanting to deal with potential doll 'accidents' during a hectic family holiday, I didn't even show my daughter that the doll doll can eat 'real' food and water, and she has a wonderful time feeding the doll with the empty spoon (the doll moves her mouth to chew and makes appropriate noises) and the empty bottle. When the doll needs to excrete, she says she needs to go to the potty, so my daughter removes the diaper, places her on the potty, and the doll makes the sound of 'tinkle' landing in the potty. If she's not taken to the potty soon enough, she reports her accident and requests to be cleaned up. My daughter loves to clean her up (despite the lack of a real mess), by giving her a wipe with one of wipe cloths that comes with the doll and giving her a clean diaper. Buy a pack of premie or newborn diapers to have a reasonable supply of diapers. You can keep re-using them until the tabs wear out, when using my pretend food and drink strategy.)
My daughter is thoroughly enjoying having a doll that pees and poops for her, but she (and I) don't have the hassle of dealing with real dolly messes. I think we'll stick with this method for a long time. Another alternative to add more realism without the full mess is to just use water in the bottle and food bowl (call it 'soup' in the bowl). Then you'd have a doll that actually expels something, but less mess in a worst case scenario. Plus you don't have to spend any extra time flushing out the doll's insides to clean out any bits of 'food' left behind.)
My daughter needed help with getting diaper back on for a fair number of the initial diaper changes, especially when re-using a clean diaper - those tabs can be tricky when they catch on the wrong part of the diaper. I expect a younger child (say age 3) would need even more help.
The interactive things the doll does - like asking for a hug, or asking you to sing with her are quite sweet, and really make my daughter happy. The doll has a large 'vocabulary' of phrases and varies what she says quite a bit, so the doll seems more alive, rather than a robot running through a fixed script. I think this doll has real staying power. I've talked with a fair number of adults who adored the original version of the doll (during the 70s) in their childhood.)
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