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ShesAStar Tue 01-Dec-15 14:04:48

Does anyone have any idea which Frozen dolls are worth buying? My DD (3) has asked for an Elsa doll for Christmas but there are so many to pick from. I thought about sing along Elsa but then saw one that fires ice and toddler versions etc. Does anyone have any experience?

ThomasRichard Tue 01-Dec-15 14:29:28

My 3yo DD is getting the Barbie-style Anna and Elsa dolls. They don't 'do' anything but I see the lack of noise as a bonus wink

ShesAStar Tue 01-Dec-15 14:34:42

Good point, I hadn't thought of that! No batteries to change either!

ThomasRichard Tue 01-Dec-15 14:46:31

Plus they were on Amazon for £10 each and I twitched blush

attheendoftheday Tue 01-Dec-15 20:47:10

My dds are 2 and 4 and are getting the Disney Animator dolls. I think they'll like them as they are child-Elsa and child-Anna rather than the adult versions.

They are larger than I expected, though.

StompyFreckles Tue 01-Dec-15 20:58:55

I love the disney animator dolls. I bought the tiny ones that come in a case with other bits and pieces.

SpikeWithoutASoul Tue 01-Dec-15 21:00:35

The soft dolls from the Disney store are lovely. DD is 4 and plays with them constantly.

ShesAStar Tue 01-Dec-15 21:15:35

I've never heard of the animator dolls so thanks for that, I'll have a Google.

I'll have a look at the soft dolls too - are they big?

Twistedheartache Tue 01-Dec-15 21:16:50

I like the soft Disney store ones. Wish I'd bought them for dd last Christmas now

SlurplePurple Tue 01-Dec-15 21:18:50

Dd has toddler elsa and adores her. She doesn't do anything but is a decent size to play with in her dolls buggy/crib etc and durable so far.
Dd is 2.5 and has asked for Anna from Santa so we'll be getting the toddler doll again.

Scarydinosaurs Tue 01-Dec-15 21:20:26

The soft dolls are really nice- we've got the small ones. The big ones are terrifying.

We also have the standard barbie Elsa- Frozen Fever version. Her hair is rank and I don't like it- I would also reccomend going for the Disney animator ones instead.

TattieHowkerz Tue 01-Dec-15 21:39:14

The soft ones are great and good value. Dd plays with them lots.

ShesAStar Thu 03-Dec-15 06:55:14

Thanks so much for your help, I've bought the toddler dolls and the Elsa that shoots ice, Barbie type doll. I really wanted to buy the toddler Mulan doll which is gorgeous but will wait for a Birthday.

DeathMetalMum Thu 03-Dec-15 07:00:58

Go for the soft ones which are brilliant and very good quality or barbie style dolls, dd (4) has asked for the ice shooting Elsa. The animator dolls are lovely but not really particularly great for playing with imo we have three and the hair quickly gets very messy and knotted as there is so much of it, and some of the clothes have started to fall apart slightly.

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