When i was a little Girl i loved playing with my dolls so its somehow strange but equally nice to see my darling little girl who is not even 2 yet starting to feel the love for those little babies too.
Wherever we go and she spots a dolly she goes bonkers (and mostly throws a tantrum) if she doesn’t get a cuddle with one! This led to my friend giving her one of her daughters dolls and we are currently “borrowing” another little one of her Childminder.
So with Christmas around the corner one thing which will certainly will be on little miss Wish list this year is a Doll. Now there are plenty out there to choose from, i remember my favourite was a Baby Born but i also love the look of the Baby Annabell Dolls.
House of Fraser have a great selection to choose from interactive dolls who move their mouth when you feed them there bottle to bath dolls with a funky dolphin swim ring to splash about and dolls who come with their own little backpack and loads of accessories to entertain the baby and her “Mummy”:
From top left to right:
Baby Annabell Girl Doll (
49.99£ now 39.99£),
Nenuco Bubble Bath Doll (25£)
Hampleys My Little Baby Packpack (15£)
Now along with getting a dolly there is obviously certain accessories who are a must (if you have a pushchair mad mother that is) Molly-May loves putting babies and various other soft toys she can find into a pushchair when we are at our Sling Meet/Playgroup. There is the simple umbrella fold which even got a bumper bar (safety first when it comes to dollies) its lightweight and compact (and a steal at 7£!!) or for a comfier and more off road ride you could go for the M&P Dolls Pram which has a adjustable handlebar, a basket and soft tires for a smooth ride:
Wing Wah Single Buggy (7£)
HTI Mamas&Papas Travellers Dolls Pram (
36.99£ now 24.66£)
Those and plenty of other great toys can be found over here.
Have you already started looking into what to get your little darlings?
Whats on their Christmas Wish List this year?
Happy Christmas Shopping!
Disclaimer: I have been send a Toy from House of Fraser in exchange for this post, but all thoughts and opinions are mine.