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pleasetryanother1 Mon 26-Sep-16 16:18:28

Dd wants a doll. She has the small baby annabell ones and now wants a bigger one. Feel loathed to buy the £50 baby born/annabell. Anyone know of any good ones that are a bit better priced? Thanks

MelinaMercury Mon 26-Sep-16 19:33:52

I'm not sure if this is the kind of thing your looking for as wishes not the biggest or fanciest doll out there but I got my daughter the Bayer Sonni for her 3rd birthday and it's adorable smile

She giggles, blows kisses, cries and says Mama and comes with a removable outfit, bottle and dummy.

Muddlingalongalone Mon 26-Sep-16 22:36:29

Have a look at Hamleys. I can't remember the brand but they had some lovely dolls last year which definitely weren't baby annabel prices.

Haudyerwheesht Mon 26-Sep-16 22:52:10

Marking my place because Dd (6) wants one but I don't want to spend a fortune on it.

Mrs5boys Tue 27-Sep-16 12:35:55

Smths toy store have this newborn doll,,, £30 comes with bottle and dummy too

deepdarkwood Tue 27-Sep-16 12:41:56

Not a super cheap option, but Corelle dolls are gorgeous, with lovely faces and very well made (they certainly stock them in Hamleys, as well as elsewhere - we bought ours online). They are not crying/talking type dolls, but they do have gorgeous clothes options! Dd (10) still plays with hers.

pleasetryanother1 Tue 27-Sep-16 21:12:55

Seen that Tesco has baby annabell at £25 online. Think I need one that dd can bathe though lol smile

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