Baby Annabell Learns To Swim Doll | Review


If you ask anyone in my family what my favourite toy was growing up, they would most definitely answer Baby Annabell. She came everywhere with me, and I took such good care of her she's still working now, for my little ones to play with when we visit nanny's house.

So when I was offered the chance to review the new Baby Annabell Learns to Swim doll*, I jumped at the chance! Indiana (and Parker of course), were both thrilled as well - especially as this new doll has a very special feature.

The Learns to Swim doll is full bathable, meaning that she can not only be taken into the bath, but even the swimming pool if your little one wanted a swimming companion. When Baby Annabell gets in contact with water, she giggles and will wiggle her arms and legs to 'splash' (3 x AA batteries are needed). She can also float on her back as if swimming too.

The doll comes dressed in an adorable pink swimming costume, and swimming essentials, arm bands and a purple hooded towel, are also included. All of which feature the lovely little sheep logo that Baby Annabell is known for.

The doll is a lovely size and both littles have loved carrying her around. However I do think that some of the features are a little disappointing. The splashing motion is very basic, and the noises become quite repetitive. However I don't think Indie has noticed these problems at all. She absolutely loves the doll, and I know it will be played with for a long time to come!

*We received this doll is exchange for our review. All opinions are honest and my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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