My eldest is obsessed with dollies. She always has one tucked under her arm or wrapped around her chest.
When we were asked to review the Tiny Tears interactive doll from John Adams I didn’t have to think twice as I knew she would be over the moon.
What do we know about Tiny Tears?
The fully functional Tiny Tears doll not only feeds, cries tears and wets, but makes sound too. You can press her tummy to hear her laugh, cry, or say ‘Mama!’
Izzy was overjoyed as soon as she opened the parcel:
I think the Tiny Tears doll makes an ideal present for children ( boys or girls ) around the age of 2-3yrs plus. We all know how much our children love to mimic our actions and Izzy definitely enjoyed learning to change her baby’s nappy or feed her a bottle. She especially liked to walk her around tapping her back to wind her after a feed.
Since the TT doll arrived she hasn’t talked about much else and it hasn’t left her side for very long.
Unfortunately for Izzy, someone else has taken a shine to the doll too:
And was rather unimpressed when her sister didn’t want to hand her over.
Overall I would highly recommend this as a present for children aged 2-4.
* We were gifted this doll for the purpose of the review.
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