Friday, 16 June 2017

Review: BABY born® Play&Fun Deluxe At The Lake set

It is always so interesting to watch how L plays with her BABY Born, how she interacts with it and pretends to care for it copying me or nursery nurses. 
At times poor little doll goes through different procedures such as undressing (most of the time), makeup application, trialing and testing play doh flavours etc. I think (touch wood) we have managed to persuade L that clothes need to stay on with a little help from lovely BABY Born PR who have sent us a new doll's outfit called "At the Lake" (£14.99). 
It is a summery outfit set, which consists of jelly sandals, swimming top, swimming pants and a snorkeling mask. As always BABY Born accessories are made to last, with vibrant colours and BABY Born logo images on all items, the set is suitable from 3 years + and available from major retailers.

Top and bottoms are made of a stretchy material and can be adjusted just like a real swimming outfit, jelly sandals look tight on dolls' feet which give reassurance that they will stay on and your child will not lose them, snorkeling mask can be adjusted in width depending if you want to use it on it's own or with the tube. 
The latter was something L has never seen before so it was something that kept her intrigued and occupied for ages. L would ask what it is, how does it work, what it is for, can she use it, can she go swimming, can she go to the sea, creating all the right association with the equipment in particular. 

Seeing how L is excited about BABY Born's outfit it prompted me to take her swimming which is something I wanted to do for ages but was never sure if we can manage on our own and most importantly if L would be keen at all. 
I didn't wash or clean the set just yet, but L has taken BABY Born in her new outfit to swim in the bath and it kept it's shape and colours once dry.

"At the Lake" is such a cute outfit and with hot weekend ahead of us would be a spot on outfit for our BABY Born.

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

Friday, 2 June 2017

Review: L.O.L. Surprise doll

Couple of month ago L and I came across cute collectible dolls L.O.L. Surprise  (£7.99) and ever since we have been obsessed with them. L.O.L Surprise dolls are wrapped in 7 layers of wrapping paper and under each layer you may find a clue, stickers and different part of the doll's outfit. 

Each doll comes in round, plastic ball with the handle which is a girly alternative to usual egg-shaped "shell", both sides of which can be used for chillaxing and as a bath for L.O. Surprise doll.

As L gets older I try to buy less toys or be very picky with ones I buy firstly because she seems to want even more every day and secondly because most of L's toys don't see daylight and hide in her toy boxes. When it was time to unwrap L.O.L Surprise I thought that it could help me a little and I bribed (as some of us do) L to eat her meal first. 

L was super excited as when we did Easter theme L.O.L Surprise unwrapping. 
The collectible doll looks super cute, has a squishy face with little holes in her eyes, mouth and at the bottom for some water games, it can apparently change the colour in the ice cold water but we are yet to achieve this. 
The doll we have this time is a teacher, she comes with glasses, a dress which has little tie drawn on it and cute little booties. As every doll from the collection they have a nice scene to them and are fully made of rubber. 
Once you "feed" the doll with water from the bottle (comes in a set) by squishing its cheeks the doll will produce some "wee", by squishing the area above the  ears it will spit the water, the doll can also move arms and legs.

L.O.L Surprise dolls are available to purchase from major supermarkets and toys store, don't hesitate start your collection today! 

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