Loaded with accessories, including pots and pans, utensils, feeding and drinking items, high chair, and even a shower attachment. Plenty of features to keep little ones occupied for hours. Compact size doesn’t take up much space.
May take some time to put together. Getting a Baby Alive doll (not included) in and out of the high chair can be tricky.
Nice sized play yard that fits one Baby Alive doll laying down and two sitting upright. Quick assembly. Folds for storage and has its own storage bag.
Support locking mechanisms may fail early, making it tough for bassinet to stay up.
Easy to assemble and lightweight enough for toddlers to push around. Very cute design. Folds down flat when not in use.
Very small, and feels flimsy. Underhanging storage bag may hang too low and drag to the ground.
Fits Baby Alive doll easily and has plenty of tray space for doll food and drink. Light enough for a small child to carry from room to room.
Parts are ill-fitting and high chair can fall apart after a few uses.
The style, accessories and “food” or “drink” options for the popular Baby Alive toy line are very diverse – there’s a Baby Alive doll for just about every kid, whether it’s a doll who “snacks” or one who talks and cries. So it’s natural that there are plenty of accessories that help kids pretend to care for a baby, just like mom and dad. From accessories that let children prepare “food” for their doll, to perfectly sized push prams, high chairs or strollers, kids can spend more time learning nurturing skills and enhancing their imaginations. What accessories are the best additions to a child’s Baby Alive doll? These reviews will help you decide which ones to spend your money on.
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