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Different to original Baby Born?

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#1 CurlyTops

Posted 01 December 2012 - 07:21 AM


DD (almost 3) is really into her baby born and I'm trying to get her some accessories for Christmas.  I keep seeing accessories which say they work with the "Interactive Doll".  Is this a new style of doll?  Our one can take a dummy in the mouth which closes the eyes and can take in food and drink etc.    I've seen ads saying the interactive doll cries.  Ours doesn't cry and I'm pretty sure there are no batteries.  

Do I need to avoid the "interactive doll" accessories?  

Hope you can help cause I'm stumped!

#2 ~Eyore~

Posted 10 December 2012 - 01:54 AM

There is a new doll out she is holding an ice-cream cone (Interactive Doll) I got DD's at Big W. If you are just wanting the normal accessories they do have them look in Toys-r-us if you can't find them in other stores..

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