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Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll

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  • This adorable, interactive doll has incredibly lifelike movements and sounds
  • Taking nurturing play to the next level with amazing lights and sensors
  • With touch active sensors that lights up, recognizes and responds to every touch
  • Features 50+ actions sounds and phases
  • Includes 1 doll plus piece-count: fruit bar, bear, band-aid, wiping cloth, bowl, spoon
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Product Description

Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll

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
  • Bear
  • Popsicle
  • Band-aid
  • Bowl
  • Spoon
Required Batteries: 4 AA batteries

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.

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My Very Real Baby Doll
  • Ages: Three and up
  • Requires: Four AA batteries (included)
At a Glance:
  • Laughs, talks, and plays like a real baby
  • 150-plus sounds and actions for interactive fun
  • Ticklish spots on mouth, knee, and foot
  • Asks for and "knows" her teddy bear
  • Eats her Popsicle and gets a green tongue
Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll
Two-setting power switch lets My Very Real Baby Doll speak 150 words. View larger.
Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll
My Very Real Baby Doll's tongue appears green after eating a Popsicle. View larger.
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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 16 x 8 x 14.5 inches
Item Weight 3.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number V2057
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 7 years
Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
Best Sellers Rank #241,779 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#4,114 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Activity > Dolls & Dollhouses
#6,638 in Toys & Games > Dolls & Accessories > Dolls
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4.4 out of 5 stars 102 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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By mk VINE VOICE on September 23, 2011
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
It talks and talks and talks- my girls(ages 5 & 7) call a chit chatter, but absolutely love toting this adorable, robot thing around.

The product states the doll delivers over a 150 phrases/words- we haven't reach that, I don't think, but it sure can talk and act like it wants constant attention. Lips turn green- wipe them clean- after 'licking' the popsicle; boo-boo on leg- lights up red better after plastic bandaid is place; it kisses, wants it bear, tickle toes- it giggles, on and on, etc. with a very cute voice, I think. One reviewer stated their child loves it, but they themselves found it creepy. Probably because it does so much.

Our children rate it a big 5 Stars, and they're not big into dolls either. They carry it around, take it in the car, sit it at the table, put it to bed... It's a bit expensive- wish it were about $15-20 less, but at least our kids certainly are getting their use out of it. My recommendation: weigh your own child's desire to have and play with something like this. If they absolutely love dolls- definitely yes, maybe a Christmas or birthday kind of present; otherwise, wait for the price to come down.

On/off switch on back under its clothes, "Honey, can you turn that thing off, now, please!!!" Just kidding. I don't mind it- yet. It's well made and appears durable. Perhaps, I should stop calling it "it".
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Mattel has imprisoned this doll in its box. First, you must remove the tape that hermetically seals the outer box. Next, you remove the inner box, which holds the doll. Once you've managed to cut through the invisible stretch ties that are wrapped numerous times around every single part of the doll and her accessories, get out your sharpest scissors to cut through the raffia rope that's threaded through the box and around the doll.

But, wait, the box isn't about to part with the doll just yet. I struggled with trying to disengage the doll from the back of the box for about 15 minutes (I began to wonder if the package designer used to design home monitoring ankle bracelets for a living). Then, I just happened to notice the diagram on the back of the outer box, which tells you to twist a white button on the back of the inner box counter-clockwise. Once you do, the doll pops right out. They couldn't put that message on the back of the inner box, where you'll need it the most - say, right next to the white button.

Have extra hankies on hand Christmas morning to dry tears when your little girl can't get her new doll out of the box. It loses one star for over-the-top security packaging because it's a Fisher Price toy, not the crown jewels.
Once out of its confinement, the doll is very cute. It does everything they say it will - well almost. And, it's full of surprises. She giggles when her feet are tickled and says she's going to pee. I almost peed myself when I first heard that.

The accessories are all part of the fun. The bear and juice pop have magnets that allow her to hold and react to them. The purple bracelet is actually a band-aid that snaps on her leg when she gets a boo-boo.
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This is the sweetest doll I've seen in a long time. She is a combination of the traditional, huggable baby doll and technology. There are 150+ actions, sounds & phrases. She actually responds to touch. She's a great way to distract "mommy" out of a cranky mood. It's hard to be cranky when this doll says all those loving phrases and needs attention.

The electronics make it difficult to dress and undress her. They also make her a little 'hard' and less huggable.

She has an adorable voice and a sweet disposition. How can a doll have a sweet disposition? The things she says and does. "I love you, bear! You're the best bear in the whole world!" (and she kisses the bear with a loud kissing noise), and "I love you THIS much (and her arms go out to show you how much she loves you." Nice eye lashes!

She works on magnets and 4 AA batteries, batteries included. One plus for me is the fact that she doesn't seem to "require" more accessories. I went to their web site at and there are plenty of accessories, but the doll does fine without them. If you want to buy the stroller, pony, bed, shopping cart, bath & training set, high chair, play pen, and/or crib, they are available, but definitely not necessary. This doll comes with enough accessories to keep a child busy and happy. I would suggest counting the accessories and having a special storage place for them at the end of the day. Otherwise you will be pulling long searches for a spoon or Bandaid, because your child won't want to be without them.

Positives: This is such an adorable doll!
Negatives: There are none. I love her already.

Make sure not to lose the bear, juice pop, wash cloth, head band, band aid (which looks like a plastic bracelet), dish, and spoon.
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I got this doll for my 2-year-old granddaughter. Bottom line first: she loves it. And that's what we look for in toys for our young'uns, isn't it?

This is a large doll, and very well made; solid construction, as you'd expect from Mattel. It should last for years. It has several accessories which can be used to make the doll do things: when she gets an "owie", there's a "bandage" that clips onto the spot so she can "heal"; she's got a popsicle that she can "lick", which makes her mouth change color, and which can then be "wiped" away; things like that. It's very interactive. This is great and very absorbing for my munchkin.

I don't know why the age recommendation is 3+. I assume it's because of the accessory parts, and that this whole society is running scared of liability lawyers.

The only real drawback here is the price. As a Vine member, I get products for free in order to review them. I don't know about shelling out over $70 for a doll, frankly. This is a really terrific product, but if I were facing the idea of putting that money our of my pocket for it, I'm not sure I'd do it. Not because of anything about the product itself; that just seems like a lot of money to be paying for a doll.

One more thing, FYI. When I got this toy, I was wondering why it was listed as a "Mattel" toy, when all the labeling all over the box said "Fisher-Price". Well, on the very bottom flap I finally found Mattel's name, and subsequent research led me to the fact that Mattel owns Fisher-Price. But in all reality, this really is a "Fisher-Price" product more than a "Mattel" product.
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