Poor Cry Babies Kristal is sick! Can you take care of her? Give her the right medicine and some cuddles to help her feel better! If she gets a cough, give her the medicine to help her stop coughing. If she gets a fever, you will need to dab her forehead with the wet cloth to help cool her down. When red spots appear on her face, give her the injection to make them disappear! Like all Cry Babies, Kristal also cries real tears when you remove her dummy and makes realistic baby sounds. 6 accessories included; pacifier, stethoscope, cloth, syrup and a thermometer. Ages 3 and up
This item comes with batteries included.
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My daughter absolutely loves this, it comes with so many accessories to help her feel better. This is so cute when you remove her pacifier, she starts crying. My daughter loves to cheer her up it’s so cute. You can give her medicine or check her with the thermometer, I love all things you can do to make her ok
Crybaby Kristal ilmay not feel life like but let me say when she cries she becomes real. I am so impressed with how realistic the cry was. I was literally running to my sons room to check on him when my daughter was playing with the baby doll. Another thing that was surprising about this doll was the weight of it. It has a nice weight to it. I also loved that it came with different items to help my daughter take care of her new baby. One thing that really set this doll apart from others is that it cries real tears. It has a plug in the back of its head that you can fill water into its head. Another cool thing is that when she gets sick she has little red dots that break out on her. So fun for the kids to use their minds to figure out how to make her feel better. An adorable doll that will let the imagination grow. So cute.
My 5 year old son was the first to want to see this doll. He got the hang of it right away and enjoyed playing with it. He then woke up my 3 year old daughter because he was so excited to show her. The two of them played with it for easily two hours non stop. It took my daughter a longer time to understand how to work this since you have 5 different items to use to get her to stop crying. The crying isn’t too loud so it didn’t drive me as crazy as some of their other toys with sound. I thought it was really cute. My three year old was telling me she couldn’t leave her baby alone because she might cry and that the baby cries too much. She wasn’t kidding. This doll cries pretty much nonstop. That’s why I’m giving it a 4. I feel like they could have at least given you more time between the cries. Other than that it’s a big hit in our house. I should also warn about the water tank. I put water in for the tears. It was super cute until my 3 year old figured out where the tank was and spilled water all over the doll, her and the floor.
My youngest daughter says it's too noisy and I'd have to agree. It cries and cries repetitively even after you fix what's wrong with her. The kids play with it most when its turned off , but like tending to her needs. It's pretty cool that the doll has so many options to fix the crying but it would be nice if it stopped crying more than 30 seconds in between issues. Cute toy and concept, but it's not the greatest when you're tired or have a headache that's for sure. If you like someones kids, but don't like the parent, this toy is what you want to go for lol
This was a pleasant surprise that it was bigger in size than I was expecting it to be. The lighted spots look big and clear on the face when the doll is sick and I like how it makes those cute sounds which are not too noisy. The instructions are easy to understand and remember. I sometimes feel the crying sounds come too often without much gap and my kid finds it a little funny when she has to keep doing stuff to it. But overall its a very cute looking doll.
This is quite disturbing. The doll gets spots all over it's face as if it has chicken pox or measles and then your toddler / preschooler is supposed to inject the doll with a vaccine to make it "all better." Target, you can do better.