You may have remembered I shared with you the Benefits of Playing with Dolls a few months ago. There are so many of them and dolls aren’t just for girls, boys can learn a thing or two from playing with them as well. I personally love playing with dolls myself and have quite a collection of them. I don’t care what they look like, I’m in love with them. Today’s post though is brought to you my Hasbro. I’m a Hasbro #PlayLikeHasbro Ambassador and was recently sent their newest Baby Alive Sips ‘n Cuddles Doll. This doll is recommended for ages 3+ so perfect for those little ones in your life who love to pretend play. It’s something that I recently got the hang of and you can usually find me in my room for hours pretending with my toys, having tea and just being a kid. Now let me share a bit about this new doll.
The Baby Alive Sips ‘n Cuddles Doll comes complete with fully dressed doll (dress is removable), diaper, sippy cup and stickers which you can use to decorate your cup. Your little one will have a blast pretending to feed their new doll. This is perfect for those who have new siblings or even cousins on the way.
As you may have noticed the doll doesn’t have actual hair if this is something you need to have. Personally I prefer them to not have hair since their hair usually gets knotted and doesn’t look as nice after a few times of me brushing. The cup can be filled with water and yes the dolls actually wets her diaper once she is fed. You can change her after a feeding and extra diapers are available for sale. I do however wish that more than one diaper was included since the diapers are not reusable.
Your little one will enjoy taking care of her new Baby Alive Sips ‘n Cuddles Doll just like a real big sister would. You can purchase her at most major toy retailers such as Hasbro Toy Store, Amazon, ToysRUs, Target and Walmart and at only $15.99 it makes her a totally affordable doll for a little girl or boy.
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