When is a baby doll more than just a baby doll? When it talks and responds to physical touch! Baby dolls will never be the same after the Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll comes home to live with your little girl. This amazing doll plays back with more than 150 responses – she actually recognizes her toys and randomly says what she wants. Move over high-tech boy toys, the oldest, most classic little girl’s toy has gotten a tech make over.
From Fisher Price:
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.
Why I Love It – “How many baby dolls does a little girl need?” That is the question my husband asks over and over as he surveys the playroom. He just doesn’t get it. But an interactive doll that appeals to his love for gadgets, and he is all about it. And so is our daughter, how could she not be? This doll actually plays with her. In fact, my favorite phrase that she says is, “Hi Mommy, you wanna play now?” Cracks me up because that is the same thing my daughter asks me all day long! But she doesn’t just talk. When she eats her green popsicle, her mouth lights up green and she asks, “Is my tongue green?” And her knee lights up red when she gets a boo boo! How does she do it? The secret is in little magnets inside her toys and sensors on her body, but don’t tell my daughter – she thinks it is magic!
Buy It – The Little Mommy My Very Real Baby is available on Amazon for $74.99 (free ship).
Great Gift For – Little girls who love baby dolls because really, a little girl can never have too many baby dolls!!! (And this one is just so cool!)
Disclosure – Product was provided to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.