What makes her so different? Mattel's My Real Baby Doll, is an interactive doll with incredibly life like movements and sounds. Nurturing play has never been like this. This doll will randomly asks for her accessories. Not only will she ask for them but she actually recognizes them, responds to them, and thanks to some magnetic technology, can grasp them.
She can also recognize that when she is laying down, she is "sleeping". Special sensors at the bottom of her feet let her know that you are tickling her foot, while sensors on the opposite foot tell her when it is touched while singing a song. This doll is just so much fun. It's kind of amazing to watch your child interact with this doll.
Some other really neat features include a popsicle and a boo boo. The doll will ask for her green popsicle and as she "licks" it you will notice the inside of her mouth turning green. As many children do, My Real Baby Doll also gets boo-boos. Her skin will glow red to indicate a band-aid is needed. The real magic is that the child can wipe away these boo-boos and My Real Baby Dolls messy face as well!
My Real Baby Doll comes included with: popsicle (juice bar), bear rattle, wiping cloth as well as a bowl and spoon set. 4 "AA" batteries are also required.
With over 150 sounds,words & actions this is one of the most life like dolls I have come across. She is super sweet as well! Giving kisses ( just hold her to your cheek) asking for her Mommy, giggling and even sneezing!
Buy It: Purchase the Little Mommy My Real Baby Doll for the SRP of $69.99 at http://shop.mattel.com as well as local retailers nationwide.
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