Just before Christmas I thought it's time to take the doll out of the box and see if L would be interested to play with it. She didn't show much interest at first and only when we received Baby Born stroller for the purpose of this review I have realised that the stroller is "the missing piece".

*"You should always have a buggy like this with you on longer trips. This light, sporty and folding stroller is a great daily helper, in case BABY born® gets tired from time to time during longer trips. Thanks to the belt system, BABY born® can rest any time or even take a little nap without falling out".*

On the first day L was trying to work out what to do. I explained and showed her that she will need to put the dolly in to the stroller and push it along just like I do when we go for a walk. Once the dolly was in the stroller L understood the principle of walking her own toy and pushed the stroller around the house for the rest of the day. Since then pushing the dolly in the stroller, offering her drinks and snacks is one of her favourite play time activities.

__Now to the main features__:

- it is lightweight

- easy to fold and unfold

- fits a dolly/teddy or even a toddler if they are tired (the latter is not recommended though)

- can be easily cleaned with a wipe or washed in the sink as the material can be removed

- belt system allows to adjust the seat and protect the doll from falling out

- cute ducklings design on the fabric

- double stroller wheels

- easy to fold and unfold

- fits a dolly/teddy or even a toddler if they are tired (the latter is not recommended though)

- can be easily cleaned with a wipe or washed in the sink as the material can be removed

- belt system allows to adjust the seat and protect the doll from falling out

- cute ducklings design on the fabric

- double stroller wheels

- easy to move around

- promotes imaginative, role play

- handle height approximately 53cm, suitable from 3 years old

2. Unlock/detach metal bars by lifting the loops up and away

3. Fold the buggy

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Disclaimer: I was sent the item mentioned above for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I looked on the website but can't find a specific age they recommend. But I know with my niece she started showing an interest in dolls around one and a half and now she often plays with them at two and a half. I think as long as there are no small parts and they're supervised dolls are fine to play with from around a year old.

ReplyDelete2 years I would say kids show an tntrest in dolls

ReplyDeleteI would say 3 years

ReplyDeleteI would say about 2 years old or when they start to take an interest x

ReplyDeletei would say around about 1 year as they taking an active interest in the world around them. it also helps to show them about caring for a small baby and gets them used to other smaller kids to interact with.

ReplyDelete3 years plus

ReplyDeleteAbout 2 maybe, that's the age my Granddaughter was when she got one and she was very interested in playing with hers x

ReplyDelete3 years and onwards

ReplyDeleteI would think about 3 would be!

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ReplyDeleteAshleigh

I think it would be around 2 or 3 ish

ReplyDeleteAShleigh

about 2 years, I think

ReplyDeleteDepends on the child, my daughter from 2 years, my son probably only from 3.

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ReplyDelete3 years x

ReplyDeletei'd say 2

ReplyDeleteI would say around 3 for interactive dolls although they may get more from playing with them from about 4.

ReplyDeleteI would say between 1 and 2 years old

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ReplyDeleteI think around 2

ReplyDeleteI would say 2-3 depending on the child

ReplyDeleteAround 18 months - 2 years i would say.

ReplyDeleteI think the answer is 3 years old.

ReplyDeleteMine weren't interested until about 2 or 3

ReplyDelete2-3 years

ReplyDeleteAround 2 and a half to 3 years

ReplyDeletei think around 3years

ReplyDeleteI think around 3 years x

ReplyDeleteAround 3 years

ReplyDeleteI think between ages 2 and 3 is best

ReplyDeleteI think at around 4 years old

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ReplyDeleteWhenever you think your child is ready, it will vary between child

ReplyDeleteI would say 3 years :)

ReplyDeleteI would say around 2 or 3 years depending on the child

ReplyDeleteAbout 2 years of age.

ReplyDeleteI'd say between 2-3 years.

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ReplyDeleteI would say somewhere between 1 and 2. My daughter would cuddle and carry around her "babies" from a about 18 months and from about 22 months she sat and breastfed them next to me feeding her brother. He did the same at a similar age

ReplyDeleteAround 2 - 3, depending on the child.

ReplyDeleteI'd say 2-3 years depending on the child

ReplyDeleteAge 3 would be an ideal age in my opinion when their understanding is better

ReplyDeleteIf say from 2 years old

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ReplyDeleteI gave one to my youngest when she was 2, but that was mainly to stop her fighting with her older sister

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ReplyDeleteAbout 2-3 years depending on your child xx

ReplyDeleteI would say around 2 years old

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ReplyDeleteI think two years upwards, may be wrong x

ReplyDeleteI would guess about 2-3 years

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ReplyDeleteI would also say about 2

ReplyDelete2-3 years

ReplyDeletei would say 2-3 years for an interactive doll :)

ReplyDeleteI would say 2-3. My daughter is 2 and is just becoming interested in them :)

ReplyDeleteI'd say 2 years

ReplyDeleteI think about 3 years old

ReplyDeleteI think around 2 - 3 years old for interactive dolls.

ReplyDeleteI'd say around 3 to 4 years

ReplyDeleteI think 2 years is a good age to introduce interactive dolls. They can then learn how to be kind and caring from a young age :)

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ReplyDelete2 years upwards!

ReplyDeleteEvery child is different, so its when they are interested, could be anywhere from about 18months to as much as 4 I would imagine.

ReplyDeleteI think 2 :)

ReplyDelete2 years

ReplyDelete2-3 years old depending on the maturity of the child.

ReplyDeleteFrom the age of 3

ReplyDeleteI would say about 2 years old

ReplyDeleteid say about 18 months or when they show an interest x

ReplyDeleteAbout 2 and a half

ReplyDeleteProbably 3+ but you can follow your child's lead :) x

ReplyDeleteid say around 2

ReplyDeleteAround 3 years. Thanks for the giveaway :)

ReplyDelete2 or 3 i think is recommended but we got E one for her first birthday and she took to it really well!

ReplyDelete2-3 years i think is best! x

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ReplyDeleteI'd say 2 to 3 years old all depending on the child

ReplyDelete2-3 we introduced one to my elder boy a few months before i had his baby sister!

ReplyDeleteI would say aged 2

ReplyDeletei would say 18months -2 yrs

ReplyDeleteI would say about 2 years old

ReplyDeleteI think all children are different but I think around 2 is a good age. My daughter is almost 2 and she loves dolls and babies etc! xx

ReplyDelete2 years of age

ReplyDeletei think the best age is 4+

ReplyDelete3 years plus

ReplyDelete2 years onwards

ReplyDeleteit would depend entirely on the doll, small parts, loose hair etc. But i would say 2-3 years

ReplyDeleteI would say around 2 years

ReplyDelete2-3, my daughter is 2 and loves dolls, but she may have gotten frustrated with the interactive ones before this age.

ReplyDelete2-3 years

ReplyDeleteThree years old is the recommended age but I would consider giving one to a 2-year old who is being supervised.

ReplyDeleteYou know your child better than anyone, my daughter was around 2, but kids are all different and go at their own speeds!

ReplyDeleteAge 3 plus

ReplyDeleteMy daughter was 18 months when she got her 1st interactive doll but never interested her till around 24 months so would say 2 she loves her now

ReplyDeleteid say as soon as they show an interest,my little girl was about 1 when she started playing with dollys

ReplyDeleteI would say that it depends a lot upon the individual child. Probably 2 years is average.

ReplyDeletei'd say anytime after about eighteen months

ReplyDeleteI would say around 2 years old (Emma Schofield)

ReplyDeleteI'd say 2 or 3 but it totally depends on the child

ReplyDeleteI would say 1. My little girl has a doll and loves it.

ReplyDeleteI think around 2 years old

ReplyDelete2 or 3 years old

ReplyDeleteI would think about 2 or 3 years old - though depends on the child and the doll!

ReplyDeleteAround 2 years.

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ReplyDeleteI would say over 2 years :)

ReplyDelete2 years old

ReplyDeleteI guess it really depends on the child. I would think perhaps from 18 months.

ReplyDeleteAbout 2 years

ReplyDelete2-3 years :)

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ReplyDeleteI would say around 3

ReplyDeleteI'd say 2 but my 16 month old is very mobile and active and plays with her sisters doll and pretends to feed it so maybe 18 months

ReplyDeleteAround 2 years old

ReplyDeleteMy granddaughter was 2 when she first started taking an interest in dolls. Now at three and with a sister on the way she is much more into imitating what mummy does so a cot and buggy for her doll will be two additions I shall be looking for.

ReplyDelete2-3 years depending on the doll and the child

ReplyDeleteI would personally say from 18mths + - it depends on the child

ReplyDeleteI think about 2-3 years old x

ReplyDeleteAround 4

ReplyDeleteDepends on the child but from experience with my grandchildren I would say about 2 years old.

ReplyDelete3 years is usually best for interactive dolls because thats when children usually start in engaging in role play.

ReplyDeleteI'd say over 3 if you don't want it broken.

ReplyDeleteMy daughter was 2 tears old when she got her first doll but she didnt start to play with it until she was almost 3 . All kids are different but id say between 2 and 3yrs old x

ReplyDelete2 and a half

ReplyDeleteInteractive dolls I would say between 2 and 3 years old

ReplyDeleteOver 3

ReplyDelete2years! At least that's the age my little niece and daughter started showing an interest in baby dolls

ReplyDelete3 to 4 years

ReplyDeleteAbout 18 to 24 months

ReplyDeleteI WOULD SAY ABOUT 2

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ReplyDeleteAround two years old but just see if the child is interested or not!

ReplyDeleteI'd say around 2 years although all children are different

ReplyDeleteAbout 2 or 3

ReplyDeletei would say 3-4 for them to really get the best out of them

ReplyDelete3 years :)

ReplyDeleteMy 4 year old and almost 2 year old play with dolls for hours. As a result of watching big sister, the youngest has been interested in them since about 18months.

ReplyDeleteMy 4 year old and almost 2 year old play with dolls for hours. As a result of watching big sister, the youngest has been interested in them since about 18months.

ReplyDeleteOur little girl got her first proper doll at Christmas when she was 21 months and it seemed to be a good age (for us)

ReplyDeleteI would say 3, my little daughter is 3 and she loves interactive toys!

ReplyDelete3 - 4 years

ReplyDeleteI think around 4 years old

ReplyDeleteKelly Ellen Hirst

3/4 but each kid is different x

ReplyDeleteAbout 2-3.

ReplyDeleteI would say around 2 years old, children are more aware at this age of caring needs.

ReplyDeleteSomewhere around 2-3 years. My 16 month old loves her babies x

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