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Little Mommy Bubbly Bathtime Doll

Little Mommy Bubbly Bathtime Doll

My 2.5-year-old daughter loves to wash things, including her hands, dishes, bath toys, or whatever else she can find to clean, including things like stuffed animals and other toys that shouldn't get wet regularly. This toy is the perfect outlet for her love of washing. The baby doll is well made and drains easily (thanks to a hole in the back), so you don't have to worry about that gross, slimy water than can build up inside a lot of water toys. The soap dispenser is a real hit. As other reviewers have suggested, you should fill this with a mix of water and just a little soap. Otherwise, you will have a house full of soap suds. The other parts (the scoop and towel) are nice additions, but my daughter isn't too interested in them. Maybe that stuff is more interesting to older kids who go through the whole bath routine. All in all, this is a great, well-made toy.

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  • Etta Dyer says:

    My 6 year-old has a ton of baby dolls, but she's never had one that could get wet until now. If I'd known what we were missing, I would have gotten one a long time ago... this bathtub and baby are fantastic and have been a ton of fun!

    This set includes an all-plastic baby, a plastic bathtub with a soap dispenser at the end, a water scoop, and a hooded towel. The baby herself has a large plastic hole in her back that helps her to drain really easily, and has a purple paint spot on her tummy that "washes off" with hot water. She's really cute, and my daughter's been carrying her everywhere, even after bath time is over. The bathtub is the perfect size, big enough to fit the baby comfortably but not too big to go away on a shelf, and it's nice and sturdy, so it doesn't tip over or warp when it's filled with water. My daughter's favorite part is actually the little soap dispenser on the end... we put in a tiny bit of bubble bath mixed with water, and she loves to pump it out to put bubbles in the tub or wash the baby. I think this is going to be my go-to birthday gift for little girls for quite some time to come. Highly recommended!

  • Tom Mcmahon says:

    I got the Little Mommy Bubbly Bathtime Doll for my almost 3 year old daughter. She played with it for the first time tonight, and she absolutely adores it. Besides the doll itself, this set includes a bathtub with attached soap dispenser, a bird shaped rinsing cup, and a bathrobe. The doll is made of a durable feeling plastic, and her facial features and molded hair have nice detail. There is a small opening on the back of the doll, which allows water to drain out. The hole should really be a bit larger, but I was able to get the water out after shaking the doll a bit.

    My daughter particularly seems to like the soap dispenser. I filled it with mostly water and a small squirt of baby shampoo, and she had fun washing the baby doll. There are purple "dirt" spots on her belly, which disappear when warm water touches them.

    The only problem with this doll was that my daughter was overly excited to play with it, and she ended up staying in the bathtub for nearly an hour. :)

    Update: After a few weeks of use, this doll is beginning to annoy me. My daughter now submerges it in the bathtub, and I am having a really hard time getting all of the water out of it. Even after I shake it for a minute or two, I can still hear water inside. I am seriously considering doing a bit of "plastic surgery" with a Dremel to make the drain hole larger. On the positive side, my daughter still loves the doll just as much as she did when it was brand new.

  • Angel Holder says:

    My 2.5-year-old daughter loves to wash things, including her hands, dishes, bath toys, or whatever else she can find to clean, including things like stuffed animals and other toys that shouldn't get wet regularly. This toy is the perfect outlet for her love of washing. The baby doll is well made and drains easily (thanks to a hole in the back), so you don't have to worry about that gross, slimy water than can build up inside a lot of water toys. The soap dispenser is a real hit. As other reviewers have suggested, you should fill this with a mix of water and just a little soap. Otherwise, you will have a house full of soap suds. The other parts (the scoop and towel) are nice additions, but my daughter isn't too interested in them. Maybe that stuff is more interesting to older kids who go through the whole bath routine. All in all, this is a great, well-made toy.

  • Frederick Stephenson says:

    My three-year-old has had "issues" with her baby sister, but this toy has helped her adjust by allowing her to bathe her own "baby" while her baby sister is also getting a bath. This is a great toy for teaching acceptance and responsibility--well, at least as much as that is possible for a three-year-old. It is also a way for having younger kids appreciate that babies need to be handled gently. All in all, a great educational toy for teaching love and responsibility.

  • Shana Mays says:

    Bought this for my grandbaby. She loves it, I like it. Bought bubble bath that you can put into soap dispenser that really works. Tub not to big, baby fits. Little Mommy line is great.

  • Sean Doyle says:

    Picked this up for my 7 year old who was thrilled and couldn't wait to hop in the tub the second she got her unwrapped. Baby comes with her own cute, pink little bath tub that you can add bubbles to, in the top little faucet that screws off, or water, then pump it into the tub itself. Also a rinsing cup and a pink hooded towel and baby bottoms.

    When rinsed in warm water, doesn't have to be soapy but kids like the bubbles, the "dirt"smudges disappear. As soon as she dries or cools, they reappear. Ella kept cleaning her, lifting her out of the water so she'd get dirty again, and rewashing her. Definitely a lot of replayability here!

    She dries super quick too, as she has painted on hair and the towel is super thin, so that dries quick with her.

    All in all, highly recommended. Ella loves bathtime with her and even brings her to bed after. The only thing that annoys her is that the dirt doesn't stay off, however she does have some OCD, my daughter has AS so OCD is one of her side quirks, probably not something that would bother most kids. She still lives the doll, just insists on covering her dirt with clothes, lol

  • Roberta Barr says:

    very cute, perfect for her to play and reaffirm their grooming habits and responsibility. Very nice accessories. I put the bath doll next to my baby and bath time ...

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  • Jeffery Boyer says:

    This little bathtime doll comes in an adorable pink tub with a working foam dispenser. It has a bird shaped pouring cup to wash the baby down with. The baby itself has color-changing spots which make the doll dirty and clean based on the water temperature. She comes with a pink bath towel with a hood that resembles a bird. She is a really cute doll, durable and my daughter loves to clean her. The doll is fully submersible and I love the fact it has its own bathtub. She every time my daughter wants to wash her, it doesn't need to be in the big tub.

    Her dirty spots are a purple paint color that wash off with warm water. My daughter says she was coloring and got purple marker on her chest! Its to cute. The tub is very sturdy also- which is really nice doesn't tip or break. All in all seems like a great toy and we have had her about a month now and many many washing's. She is definitely one of my daughters favorite toys.

    Update: This adorable doll takes baths quite often and I have to say it has lasted perfectly and has not gotten moldy. Although water gets inside it has numerous holes and one bigger one in the center of its back to act like a "drain" Sometimes my daughter wants the baby as soon as her bath is over and the doll has loads of water in it. However just holding it to drain and shaking the doll out for about 30 seconds - a minute will get the water out. We have had 0 issues with draining and its still a huge hit with my daughter on caring for this baby, from bath time to feeding time and everything in between:)

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