baby annabell interactive brother

Lucas was recently sent a Baby Annabell Interactive Brother Doll* from Zapf Creation to review. He comes with a romper suit, hat, bib, bottle, dummy and fabric necklace with amulet.The doll is aimed at children from 3 years so Lucas is a little young. Lucas really liked him the first time he saw him, going over and giving him a cuddle whilst saying ‘aaahhhhh’ and stroking his head. However, he is quite heavy and once he tried picking him up to walk away with him he struggled so I think it would have been better if we had waited until he is a little older, being stronger to carry him. Lucas enjoyed putting the dummy in the dolls mouth and also tried it himself. He also tried sharing his own cup with him.

baby annabell interactive baby brother doll

I think the brother doll is fab. He closes his eyes when you rock him to sleep, he opens and closes his eyes whilst his mouth moves to suck his bottle or dummy. He drinks real water from his bottle. He makes realistic babbling, sucking, laughing, crying, snoring and burping sounds. He even cries real tears when he’s upset and makes movements.

Baby Annabell Interactive Brother Doll

The baby brother doll is a great toy for boys and girls but I would suggest waiting until they are 2 or 3 years old just because of the weight of him. He is perfect for realistic, imaginative role play and encourages the development of responsibility and empathy.

Baby Annabell Interactive Brother Doll


7 Comments on Baby Annabell Interactive Brother Doll

  1. Eve had one of these when she was a bit younger. She would hold it, cuddle it and feed it like a real baby, then drag it across the room by it’s foot! She adored it. This looks like a great gift for a youngster 🙂

  2. We have the female version and the Mini Me’s love the accessories – especially the baby bag we got but rarely play with the doll itself. If they do, Mini Me 1 who is 4 prefers to turn the doll off as it “cries too much” LOL.

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