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It’s no surprise that Violet just loves her dolls, more than any other toys – she could play with them all day, every day and carries a baby around with her everywhere. Plus, like most children she just loves surprise eggs too – we’ve even recently fallen into the rabbit hole that is ‘surprise egg videos’ on Youtube (some are so strange!) so I was excited to open and review three BABY Born Surprise dolls with her this week and see her little reactions to all the treats inside!
BABY Born Suprise dolls are a sweet, collectable range which now has 12 brand new additions to collect! Inside each egg is over ten surprises for your child to discover, keep and love.
Violet was so excited to open her surprise eggs and had no idea what was inside. After opening the packaging, the doll inside comes wrapped in a piece of satin material, which Violet kept and now uses as the dolls blankets. Inside you discover your babies swaddle – the new collection has 12 new and adorable characters to discover including; Fuzzy Llama wrapped up in a fluffy white swaddle, Golden Retriever and Kute Koala – As well as other charming little characters to collect including the Cactus, Watermelon and Pink Flamingo.
We discovered the Pineapple, Penguin and Pink Flamingo – I think Violet’s favourite had to be the pineapple!
Inside each ‘bed’ is the little surprise doll – each one has different hairstyles/colour, skin tone and eye colour to discover, plus you get a little babies bottle which comes in either blue or pink as a nod to your babies gender.
The most exciting part was waking the babies up. Each baby came with their eyes closed but with a quick wipe with some water the eyes open to reveal their colour! Violet was so surprised each time she wiped her babies eyes, this was the real highlight in opening up her BABY born surprise dolls.
You can use the collector sheet to work out your babies birth month and the first letter of her name. The babies also come with a birth certificate to fill out and details on the other dolls to collect.
Violet immediately took to caring for her new babies – she wanted to feed them, put them to sleep and change their nappy. We filled the little bottles with water, which the babies can drink then wet their nappies. When their nappies are wet they show a pattern – Violet cried out “Mummy, she’s done a wee wee!” with such delight, the pattern then disappears when the nappy is dry ready to be used again.
Violet has really enjoyed playing with her BABY Born Surprise dolls – I’m always a little wary of ‘surprise egg’ type toys as often the toys inside are small, plasticy with little value but these have made such a lovely addition to her doll collection and will be something she plays with time and time again. We can’t wait to collect a few more from the range too!
You can buy BABY Born Surprise Dolls here for £7.99 each
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