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Fisher Price Brilliant Basics™ Baby’s 1st Doll

Section: Shopping Ideas

A baby doll for your baby doll—both cute as can be!

Ages: Birth +
Category: Baby Learning Toys

Jess Maccio reviews the Baby’s 1st Doll

A baby doll for your baby doll—both cute as can be! The Baby’s 1st Doll  (around£10) one is soft, huggable, and ready to delight little ones with every shake and rattle. Easy to hold and carry, and a great way to encourage early role play!We asked Jess Maccio, 28, from Leeds, to test the seat with her daughter, Mila, four months. This is her verdict:

I wasn’t a fan of dolls when I was little, so was curious to see whether Mila liked the Baby’s 1st Doll .

Fortunately, she did! It’s super soft and a great shape for her little hands. I tend to show it to her by holding it above her head and shaking it to make the rattle noise. She always gets very excited.

My First Doll

It’s also been good for tummy time – I hold it in front of her and she’ll reach forward to grab it.

Mila’s teething right now, so everything is going in her mouth. Needless to say, so far this doll has survived some serious gnawing.

A great value toy that would make a perfect gift.

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