Zapf Creation Baby Born Boy Stroller Reviews
Product Type: Zapf Creation Doll
Newest Review: ... fiarly easily pulled out into position. Hold the handles and the front wheels go to the ground, the X-framework at the back ... more
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Customer Zapf Creation Baby Born Boy Stroller Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/10/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I wasn't too keen on getting the (female) sprog gender-specific toys, and since her birth have been dressing her as a boy and trying to steer her away from such female stereotyped delights as toy ironing sets, miniature hoovers, pink Barbie dolls, high-heels for four year olds, etc. etc. etc. Come her fifth birthday, and all she wants is a toy 'Baby Born' pushchair. This is what comes of giving your child the 'Argos' catalogue to leaf through and telling her to choose something for her birthday. Ignore that photo of a blue stroller that accompanies this review for the only colour 'Argos' do toy pushchairs in is pink. Heigh ho, back to the old drawing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I didnt originally review this stroller when my 2 yr old daughter originally got it as I wanted to see how it faired before passing judgement on durability etc. The stroller was a welcome present to go with her baby born dolly in early spring, and althoguh by far not the most expensive on the market, has proved to be an absolute success in our house. To the buggy itself, it comes folded down (as per an actual toddler stroller-wheels to handle) upon purchase and is fiarly easily pulled out into position. Hold the handles and the front wheels go to the ground, the X-framework at the back of the stroller starts to open up and you lock into position by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 19 readings)
My daughter has had the girl baby born since she was two or three she was perfectly happy with this and all of the pink accessories and loved to play with her babies as she still does today. However two years ago she found her world had changed as her baby brother arrived, so at the age of seven suddenly pink girlie dolls were not enough she wanted a baby born boy doll and all the blue accessories that come with it! We got her the baby born boy doll two christmases ago all of a sudden the pink pushchair etc was no good. We needed blue. My Aunty bought the baby born boy blue pushchair for her. To be honest I was wondering just how many dolls pushchairs one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 119 readings)
This dolls Baby Born buggy comes in blue for a boy doll or pink or a girl. I bought my daughter this stroller for her doll for christmas last year as she has a cheap stroller but had completely worn it out. I was very impressed with this toy I bought from Argos for about £12. Not only does it look good but its very sturdy too. A soft padded seat with a three point harness that really works, as well as a shopping bag attached to the back and also a mobile phone holder that clips onto the side. The handles are padded and in the right postition for young children to use and my favourite feature is that alothough only a small inexpensive dolls stroller ... Read the complete review
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