Make her snacks with reusable solid doll food and 2 shaping tools
Doll says 30 plus phrases and sounds in English and Spanish
She “poops” and kids can change her diaper
Hair Type: Straight
Dimensions (Overall): 15.98 inches (H) x 15.0 inches (W)
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Weight: 2.45 pounds
Material: Fabric, metal, vinyl, plastic
Features: Moving mouth
Doll Theme: Baby and infant
Skin Tone: Light
Doll ethnicity: Caucasian
Doll gender: Girl
Hair Color: Blonde
Doll eye color: Blue
Battery: 3 AA Alkaline, Required, included
Item Number (DPCI): 086-04-0438
When it’s snack time, Baby Alive Snackin' Sara doll can let her mommy or daddy know she’s ready to eat! Press her bracelet to hear her say phrases like "I’m hungry" in English and Spanish, and make eating sounds. Children can use the reusable solid doll food and shaping tools to make her yummy looking pretend snacks and feed her. She'll eat it again and again. Uh oh! It looks like it's time for a diaper change. Snackin' Sara "poops" in her diaper! Kids can change her diaper and get her all cleaned up. Then mommies and daddies can feed and love her some more!
Baby Alive and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
• Includes doll, removable outfit, 2 diapers, 2 one-ounce containers of reusable doll food, 2 shaping tools, roller, plate, pretend juice box, comb, and instructions. • Ages 3 and up • Baby Alive reusable doll food is non-toxic though not intended for human consumption. Use only Baby Alive reusable doll food with this Baby Alive doll. • Requires 3 "AA" batteries (demo batteries included).
I ordered this doll for my granddaughter's birthday and she loves it! The price was great! Two things I would say though, sometimes the food sticks & it is a bit hard to push the wrist/bracelet place to activate the talking feature.
My 3 year old love love this doll! She is so amazed how this doll chew and swallow. No mess and super easy to clean. The food is similar to play doh so she uses her play doh too to feed this doll. Verbal interaction makes it more exciting for her.
Daughter enjoys doll and works well other than the child has to know how to feed it properly, you can only feed it playdough in the size recommended and can only be put into the mouth when its talking or "chewing." With supervision at first my daughter soon caught on. If the doll doesn't want to eat, we just switch it to "try me" mode and feed it while it talks. Holding in the bracelet for 5 seconds should also switch up its phrases. The diapers don't stick after awhile, but by the time they started losing theyr stickiness my daughter soon got tired of making the play dough food no longer feeds it so much and just sticks the juice box in its mouth and lets it "chew" on that and makes for a lot less mess and hassle. Overpriced, but daughter was determined she wanted and agreed to sell some of her other toys at a yard sale so I finally relented.