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Doll that wets and has nappies but doesn't cost £50?

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frazzled74 Wed 05-Oct-16 07:45:35

Has anybody seen any nice ones please? Not tiny tears as it needs to look baby like (no hair) .

Allshadesofpinkie Wed 05-Oct-16 07:57:21

Have You tried ELC, I think they might have something suitable.

Spin789 Wed 05-Oct-16 08:08:01

Dd had one from tesco, Emmi I think it's called, their own brand. Had nappies, bottle, all sorts of accessories and didn't cost much compared to baby born etc.

Starryeyed16 Wed 05-Oct-16 08:12:44

Have a look at hotdealsuk theres an app on your phone or if your fb look on there page, they regularly update on deals. i'm sure i saw one in Asda for about 35 pounds before

oldbirdy Wed 05-Oct-16 08:16:26

I bought several 'wetting' dolls for my potty-dodging daughter. The only one which actually worked was this one, currently on special offer at 39 quid. She holds the wee in a 'bladder' until you squeeze her tummy.

oldbirdy Wed 05-Oct-16 08:17:58

The baby smells of vanilla custard too. She's my favourite of the baby dolls!

frazzled74 Wed 05-Oct-16 11:50:43

Oh the corrolle one looks sweet. i will have a look at ELC, I think I have a bday code somewhere.

Rosa Wed 05-Oct-16 11:54:00

Baby Alive is what DD has .... Wees and eats .. I got it in a sale ..But it has hair though !

PopcornFiend Wed 05-Oct-16 13:20:45

I'm getting the tiny tears interactive doll for my DD.. She wets and cries tears, £30 in Argos.

PopcornFiend Wed 05-Oct-16 13:21:37

Meant to say also - that Tiny Tears is a proper baby one, no hair.

frazzled74 Wed 05-Oct-16 18:27:32

Oh that sounds good popcorn, I will have a look.

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