What It Is
With Baby Alive Real Surprises Baby, kids can feed their baby doll and change its wet diapers. This doll says more than 30 words and phrases in English or Spanish, ranging from "I'm hungry!" to "No more!" The doll will move its head as it talks. Real Surprises Baby comes with three doll food packets that kids mix with water and then feed to the doll. The doll recognizes when the included spoon or bottle is in its mouth and will make eating sounds. Just like a real baby, Real Surprises Baby wets its diaper after eating and needs to be changed.
Kids can also press the doll's tummy to make the doll giggle. Or give the doll the pacifier to hear sucking sounds. After about 30 seconds, the doll will yawn, and kids can cradle the doll in their arms or lay the doll down and its eyes will close.
Baby Alive Real Surprises Baby comes with a spoon, a bottle, a pacifier, a dress, a bib, a bowl, three diapers, three doll food packets, and instructions.
Why It’s Fun
Baby Alive Real Surprises Baby engages kids in a classic parent experience: feeding baby and changing baby's diaper. This is a fun and interactive way to engage kids in nurturing baby doll play. Because it has a bilingual feature, it is great for young Spanish speakers or as a way to introduce preschoolers to the Spanish language.
Who It’s For
Baby Alive Real Surprises Baby is for ages 3 and up.
What To Be Aware Of
Three AA batteries are included for the in-store try-me purposes. Hasbro recommends that you replace them before you play for best results.
Additional Baby Alive food packets and diaper refills are sold separately.
This doll is available in Caucasian, Hispanic, and African-American versions.