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Monday, 19 September 2016

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration


Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

We have always bought Heidi Baby Annabell dolls for Christmas. In my opinion, they are very much worth the money. They are beautifully made, always full of features and last forever. They also have a huge selection of accessories and outfits and the collection is continuously being added to meaning it's a gift that you can add to over the years. Heidi was delighted to be sent a Baby Annabell Learns to Walk Doll which is a brand new addition to the collection this autumn.

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

First of all, I will say the doll is so beautiful. Her outfit is super soft, her big blue eyes are very endearing and the details from her rosy cheeks to her tiny toes is just adorable.

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

Baby Annabell comes with a hat too - check out Heidi's unboxing video to see exactly what's in the box:


It's fair to say that Heidi has been pretty attached to Baby Annabell and she has taken her everywhere - she joins Heidi on her walk to school, goes to bed with Heidi at night and even sits with Heidi as she eats her dinner. Yep, they are joined at the hip! Heidi even gives me strict instructions on how to look after Annabell when she's at school.

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

Baby Annabell Learns To Walk can crawl, walk and sleep. Take a look at our short video below to see her in action:- 



What I like about this doll is that we can easily switch her off (when she gets too annoying - haha) so you don't need to listen to her constantly babbling if you don't want to and she can have times when she walks and crawls (when switched on) mixed with times when she can act like a regular doll and be cradled/pushed in her stroller ect.....

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

Baby Annabell Learns to Walk is very flexible and can be moved into lots of positions - she can stay put in this 'crawl' position no problem and can also sit unaided too.

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

Baby Annabell learns to walk by holding her parent's hands and putting one step in front of the other. She's very clever.

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

Crawling Baby Annabell Learns to Walk | Review & Video Demonstration

All of this walking and crawling is tiring though and every now and then Baby Annabell will slip and start to cry. Ahhhhhh. She'll also fall asleep after 60 seconds of crawling non-stop.

We loved Baby Annabell Learns to Walk and think it is definitely worth the investment. It is one of those toys that actually does work and Heidi has already played with her for hours - in fact it's as if new Baby Annabell is actually part of the family.

Baby Annabell Learns to Walk is available from most toy retailers including Smyths, Argos and Toys R Us.

Disclosure: We were sent Baby Annabell in return for an honest review

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6 comments

  1. She's very lifelike isn't she? I'm sure most little girls would love to have one of these.

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  2. I want one. Because it's perfectly acceptable to want a doll when you're almost 40 isn't it?

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  3. Aw I love her cute little face, Baby Annabelle's have the cutest faces.
    I have to admit though, this might freak me out a little bit if my little ones had one! x

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  4. Isn't Baby Annabell the cutest? The 'learning to walk' doll is so cool and kids would love her.

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  5. Oh how sweet! It seems like they put a lot of effort into making this doll realistic.

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  6. Ahh my daughter would love this. Maybe Santa will bring one this year! Who knows?! :) Great review Heidi! xxx

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