butterscotch · 10/01/2010 00:49
Any experience of either? My dd is 2.5 and will be nearly 3 when DC2 is born, she is a very loving child and loves to play with dolls/babies and general role play type things....so I was thinking of getting her one of the above from the baby so she can mimic what I'm doing feeding/changing etc...
Also her 3rd birthday is a month later so she can get things for the doll for her birthday?
I look at them both they seem pretty much the same to me???
wurrymurry · 10/01/2010 00:57
Baby born doesn't need batteries, Baby Annabel does!
My DD has both and loves them both to pieces! She very rarely turns on Annabel - her choice.
DD is 9 now, she was a toddler when she fell in love with Baby Born. It wasn't until she turned 6 before she asked for Annabel.
DD has spent the whole afternoon outside with poor Baby born strapped (yes strapped) to her b
Baby born sledge going up and down the snow slope that DD had made!
Whatever you decide I am sure it will be right!
If you can wait until the summer have a look around boot fairs - we managed to get DD another Baby born for £1, DD thinks she is so lucky as she has twins!
bluejeans · 10/01/2010 00:58
My DD had Babyborn which was fine (we're just about out of the doll phase now!) It comes in either girl or boy version (with real boy parts ) could you get your little girl whatever your new baby is? Also I used to buy 'tiny baby' clothes in Asda/Tesco for babyborn as cheaper than dolls clothes
wurrymurry · 10/01/2010 01:00
Also the premature nappies are much much cheaper than Annabel/Babyborn nappies are, and fit just as well.
butterscotch · 10/01/2010 10:45
Thanks ladies I think BB is looking better if no batteries! Duly noted about nappies and clothes!
izzybiz · 10/01/2010 10:54
The ELC baby, I think its called Milie?
We got that for our Dd, much prettier than the others!
butterscotch · 17/01/2010 00:15
Thanks Izzybiz I'll check out ELC as well
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