Quick Answer: Can you put Baby Annabell in Bath?

Can Baby Annabell be bathed?

Fill the little bath with water then put Baby Annabell in the tub for a soak. Baby Annabell’s soft PVC body’s filled with light granules so remains water tight. Your doll also comes in a cosy romper suit for wearing when she gets out the tub. Now she’s nice and clean!

What is Baby Annabell made of?

Unlike Baby Born, Baby Annabell’s body is made out of a soft, plush material where the doll’s battery box is stored in.

How do you activate Baby Annabell?

Insert the nozzle fully into the doll’s mouth. After drinking, Baby Annabell® “burps” when you pat her back! If you do not pat her back, she cries for awhile and will not burp. After she cries five times, she automatically goes back to babbling.

What age is Baby Annabell for?

Enter the world of Baby Annabell with the first cuddly dolls for babies aged 0+. The larger versions for older doll parents, some of whose functions require batteries, encourage parent-child role play.

Does Baby Annabell eyes close?

36cm non function doll, my first Baby Annabell® is the perfect first cuddly doll for younger children. Her blue eyes open/close and his arms, legs and head are moveable. Suitable for ages 1+.

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What is Baby Annabell’s brother called?

Alexander is the adorable brother of Baby Annabell, and the two of them are just like real babies. Baby Annabell’s precious brother has big brown eyes that are wide open and ready to learn about the world. But when he’s feeling tired, you can lay him down to rest and see his eyes close.

Can BABY born go in the bath?

BABY born® can have a bath in the bathtub or be taken to the swimming pool, but do not immerse in water. Before bathing, make sure the screw cap on the doll’s back is closed (slot of screw cap is vertical). For bathing, only use cold or lukewarm water and only use common bath additives suitable for children.

How do you fill Baby Annabell with water?

To get Baby Annabell to drink, you have to fill her bottle with water. But she doesn’t suck the water herself, and it took us a couple of tries to work this out. You have to gently squeeze the bottle itself to get the water to go in. As soon as there is water inside her, when she cries it’s real tears.

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