When baby doll cries, the Mood Indicator, gets the signal and its ''Smiling Face'' LED glows off. One of the remaining icons lights up. You can only stop the baby doll from crying by doing the right action to soothe the doll
When the Smiling Face LED lights up on the Mood Indicator, the doll is happy, and there's no need to do anything
When the "Sleepy Face" LED lights up, the doll is tired. Put it to sleep, by laying it flat. After a short while, it makes yawning and snoozing noises. Then Sleepy Face LED glows off, and Smiling Face LED lights up, indicating it's happy again
When the "Boring Face" LED lights up, the doll is bored. We need to play with it, by tickling its tummy a few times. After a short while, it giggles. Then Boring Face LED glows off, and Smiling Face LED lights up again
LED lights indicate the doll's 'mood'
interactive accessories included
When the "Feeding Spoon" LED lights up, the doll is hungry. Feed it, by putting the feeding spoon to its mouth. You can hear slurping noise. After a short while, it burps. Then Feeding Spoon LED glows off, and Smiling Face LED lights up again
When the "Heart" LED lights up, doll makes eating noises. After a short while, it burps .The doll needs our affection. Cuddle it and pat on its back a few times. After a short while, it babbles. Then Heart LED glows off, and Smiling Face LED lights up.
Requires 3 alkaline AA batteries for the doll; batteries not included. Requires 3 LR44 button cell batteries for Mood Indicator
Rated 2 out of
Not a good dollI wouldn't recommend buying this doll not as neat at you think it would be remote sometimes doesn't work with doll and moods are really annoying we love dolls that make noise but this one was a bit freaky.
Date published: 2014-01-10
Rated 4 out of
Date published: 2011-09-29
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