Melissa & Doug Mine to Love Annie 12-Inch Drink and Wet Poseable Baby Doll With Potty, Bottle, Pacifier, Diaper, Dress

August 13, 2017 - Comment

Little mommies will love cuddling with this posable baby doll, perfect for bath-time play. Annie has open-and-close eyes, can “drink” from her bottle, and can sit on her very own potty chair. She also comes with a pacifier and a pink-trimmed, self-stick diaper. Dressed in a charming, gingham and flowered sundress, underpants, and matching bonnet,

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Little mommies will love cuddling with this posable baby doll, perfect for bath-time play. Annie has open-and-close eyes, can “drink” from her bottle, and can sit on her very own potty chair. She also comes with a pacifier and a pink-trimmed, self-stick diaper. Dressed in a charming, gingham and flowered sundress, underpants, and matching bonnet, Annie will be a lovable addition to anyone doll family.

Product Features

  • Poseable “drink and wet” baby doll kids will want to hug, cuddle, and care for
  • Dressed in a charming, gingham and flowered sundress, underpants, and matching bonnet
  • Can “drink” from her bottle and sit on her very own potty chair
  • Includes a pacifier and a pink-trimmed, self-stick diaper
  • Exceptional quality and value

Comments

Sally says:

Sweet doll for 1-2 year olds, excellent for giving a bath, and kind of kooky as a “drink and wet” doll This is a really, really cute doll – far cuter than anything else I have seen for the money. Her rosebud outfit is adorable. Both my daughters have spent hours bathing her, dressing her, and diapering her. Her dress, velcro-ed up the back, is easy even for a young toddler (18 months or so) to put on. Her hat comes off easily, but goes on reasonably easily, too. The pacifier and bottle are fun accessories. And the little potty is fun, too – but as other reviewers have noted, the “drink and…

Ralph Lumley says:

Not great for potty training Not great for potty training unless you throw out the toy potty and place the doll on the child’s actual potty with its legs splayed wide. Again, like all the other reviewers, I was disappointed that the water runs from the bottle straight through the doll. I figured you had to squeeze the belly, but no. Poor design. Not great for the bath tub either since the doll will leak from its arm, leg, and neck seams for the next day as the water inside eventually finds a way out. Still, it was okay for…

J. Harvey says:

Doesn’t Drain It would be good except the water doesn’t drain out of the doll very well. I even drilled the pee hole bigger and it drains better, but water is still always trapped inside. We have my daughter use it only in the bath so she doesn’t get water all over the floor.

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