DD aged 5 has asked for a baby born doll

(25 Posts)
mammmamia Fri 18-Dec-15 22:33:49

I've already bought her presents but not wrapped, could return.
But is she too old for this doll? She will be 6 in February. She keeps asking for it!
I bought her baby Annabel for Christmas when she was two and she still plays with it.

Lovelilies2 Fri 18-Dec-15 22:43:29

No way is she too old!! My friends DD was still playing with dolls when she started high school!

mammmamia Fri 18-Dec-15 22:44:51

Thanks. Might sound like a daft question but she's being teased at school because she still watches Peppa pig blush so I'm not sure if perhaps she's young for her age.

TabithaTwitchEye Fri 18-Dec-15 22:47:35

Blimey, my little sister played with her baby born til st least 11!!!!

AuntieClimax Fri 18-Dec-15 22:48:46

My DD is also 6 in February. She had hers last Christmas, and this Christmas has asked for some new accessories for it (clothes, etc).

VegetablEsoup Fri 18-Dec-15 22:51:23

my 6yo is a proper dolly dad. 6 is a great age for a doll.

mudandmayhem01 Fri 18-Dec-15 22:53:15

My DD played with hers till she was about 10 and still sleeps with her first doll now ( nearly 12) Queen Victoria played with her dolls till she was 16.

FrozenAteMyDaughter Fri 18-Dec-15 22:53:48

DD had a double pram for her dolls for her 6th birthday recently. She takes hers everywhere. Definitely not too old for dolls!

Littleonesaid Fri 18-Dec-15 22:54:48

Not too young at all IMO. My Dniece loves hers and she's just turned 7.

AuntieClimax Fri 18-Dec-15 22:55:18

Just read your Peppa Pig comment.

DD came home from school the other day and told me that a few children had said to her that Peppa Pig is childish (she still watches it).

I wouldn't say my DD is particularly young for her age. Quiet, yes. She's my eldest so I have nothing to compare her to.

Littleonesaid Fri 18-Dec-15 22:55:44

*old

mammmamia Fri 18-Dec-15 22:57:28

DD is a twin so I've also no elder child to compare her to. I think it's the kids with elder siblings that are saying PP is babyish. My two still watch it regularly.

HelenaJustina Fri 18-Dec-15 23:05:56

My Dd age 8 still plays with dolls, she does have younger sister as an excuse but she'll also slip off quietly and have her own game with one special one.

MistressMerryWeather Fri 18-Dec-15 23:07:25

Och, she has loads of dolly years left!

I played with mine until I was way older.

BathshebaDarkstone Fri 18-Dec-15 23:11:26

Mine was never really into the baby dolls, she's just now got into Monster High dolls and she's 8.

AuntieClimax Fri 18-Dec-15 23:13:35

mammmamia That's exactly the same conclusion I came to.

All the children she was mentioning have older siblings. I told her maybe they watch older programmes because of their older brothers and sisters.

LucyBabs Fri 18-Dec-15 23:19:42

I think I was 7 when I stopped bothering with dolls but I have great memories of writing my list to Santa in October and pretending I was pregnant until xmas eve and then my "baby" was born. I can still remember the happiness smile if your dd is asking and played with her other doll regularly then why not..

I'm sure it was a typo but did a PP say their child played with dolls until they were 16?

mammmamia Sat 19-Dec-15 00:16:12

A PP was referring to Queen Victoria!

mammmamia Sat 19-Dec-15 00:16:44

Anyway thanks for all the comments. BB is now reserved at Argos!

ExBallerina Sat 19-Dec-15 00:18:36

Awww of course she's not too old!

Maybe I'm old, but I played with dolls until I was 11, easily.

ExBallerina Sat 19-Dec-15 00:18:56

Xpost. Yay!

leccybill Sat 19-Dec-15 00:23:29

Got a nearly 6yo DD here too, only child. She'll happily watch Peppa Pig in the mornings and has asked for a doll off Santa. She still plays with her 'babies' a lot.Baby Born is quite good as can go in the bath.

coffeeisnectar Sat 19-Dec-15 00:24:13

I still watch peppa pig. I'm nearly 47.

Keeptrudging Sat 19-Dec-15 00:26:48

DD (and some of her friends) played with her dolls until fairly recently - she's 12. They still play barbies/build a bear 😊!

LucyBabs Sat 19-Dec-15 00:28:05

Queen Victoria confused

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