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"Comments from other mumsnetters: "A variation on the weeing, pooing…"
Comments from other mumsnetters: "A variation on the weeing, pooing baby doll, Poppy is poorly and needs your child's help.""A kind of doctor's set meets baby doll with beeping medical accessories and some strange sounds.""Be prepared for endless renditions of Miss Polly had a dolly - but other than that Poppy's a hit in our house and even comes with us when we need to go to the real doctors."Read moreLess
"i am only writing this as a follow-up i got…"
i am only writing this as a follow-up i got this doll for my daugher when she was nearly 4 as her brother was poorly and this helped us to 'take care of my baby and her 'baby'. she is now 6 and the doll is still going strong... the accesories were a bit difficult to get used to but were ok when u got used to it... was a bit disappointed as it wasnt the actual doll making the sound but the little device( i paid full pre-xmas price). The doll is still in it original clothes and is going strong. my daughter has an annebal and a chou chou that talks 'mama' but this is the only doll that she has and still takes to bed with her and to sleepovers...we love our not so poorly polly as she is well due to the lots of love(and me hiding the accesories)Read moreLess
"Poorly poppy is very good, she kept our 3 year…"
Poorly poppy is very good, she kept our 3 year old amused for hours with the thought of giving her injections and medicine. It was a bit tricky for our daughter to learn how each thing works as you have to plug them into the unit one at a time, nonetheless, she's a nice doll on her own and has been taken many places. A great idea and does different things to Baby Born and Baby Annabel. A little bit pricey but we get her in the Argos sale. If you child loves dolls this is worth a look.Read moreLess