Product Type: Zapf Creation Doll
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Chou Chou mummy make me better- Great fun!
Zapf Baby Chou Chou Make Me Better
Member Name: elmo1
Zapf Baby Chou Chou Make Me Better
Advantages: Fairly realistic, decent size,extras so good value for money and intreractive
Disadvantages: Expensive at full price rrp £35 maybe not good for younger toddlers
Chou Chou Mummy make me better
My daughter was given 4 dolls for xmas but this one seems to be her favourite.
My sister got it at bargain price in Argo sale was too good to miss at that price.
The reason I thourght she would enjoy it is its very interactive and she enjoys making people better with pretend play.
This doll is quite big and feels heavy but includes lots of extras with it
The doll is dressed in pretty and removable outfit and hat and comes with dummy.
The dolll needs AA batteries which are are placed in box at back you will need a screw driver to do this.
The on /off switch is concealed at back under clothes and skin and you undo at back with vecro giving you fast easy access when doll is driving you mad and want to switch off fast!
if you pat dolly hard on front she giggles and coos.
However when you hit her hard on back she cries quite loudly!
Her cheeks turn a bright red glow.
Now this is the important bit how do you make her better.
You have a number of things that need to be done in correct sequence.
1)Place the heart shaped thermometer in mouth this tops the crying and red cheeks fade.
In deperation if you cant find thermometer try dummy sometimes works.
2)The syringe does nt do much just for show although you can squeeze it up and down.
3)Its the spoon thats my daughters favourite as its purple and feels realistically heavy and when you place very close to mouth the dolly makes sipping noises.
Theres also a fake medicine bottle but bottle lid does not open which is shame.
Some velcro plasters ok but not been played with much.
I guess the next cool bit is the stephascope.
You place it at right hand side top of chest quite firmly and you can hear the dolls heart beating.
Guess the only downside is child need sto do things in specific order and youger child may lose patiance if cant remember what to do.
You also need to pat dolly quite hard in specific place so my daughter does need help with this sometimes.
It does say 3+,The older the child easier it is really would say good doll for 3-5year olds.
Its good value for money as looks good, substantial sized package and good quality doll.
The best bit is not only can you see and hear the changes that the child can influence just by patting it and really making them feel like they are making baby better.
My daughters plays with it lots and has taught her to be more caring, hopefully she will grow up and want to be a doctor and keep he parents in old age!
I found it great fun or maybe I need to get out more!
Summary: A good bargain, glad we got it as interactive features are fantastic!
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