Aeryn loves her dolls and seemingly can never have enough. She runs her school at home when she’s back from school and most of these dolls are in pre-school. It’s adorable to watch. A new baby joined us and to be honest he is quite a fussy little chap – Cicciobello Love and Care.
What’s inside the box?
- 3 bottles – containing juice, milk and medicine
- A stethoscope
- A syringe
- An in-ear thermometer
- A pacifier
The doll is very cute and has a lovely blue romper suit. He has blonde hair that looks a little messy but it’s all a part of the appeal.
The pacifier sets off the functioning. Take it out of the doll’s mouth and he’ll start to cry. Use the thermometer to check his temperature and it will glow red.
His cheeks turn red and you need to try and stop it from crying so you first offer it either the juice or the milk. If he stops crying and sighs happily, check the temperature again. The light should glow green.
If the doll is unhappy and doesn’t stop crying with the first bottle then you try the next and lastly try the medicine. If all three don’t work, you need to give it an injection. Use the syringe to give the doll an injection. There is a little hole near the doll’s bottom and you need to press the syringe in. Naturally Cicciobello hates it and starts crying louder but then stops and is happy.
A very lifelike experience when you give the doll the injection!
The doll has great play value and is perfect for role play and imaginative play.
Aeryn loves playing with Cicciobello and I think it is a lovely doll for a Christmas present.
It requires 3 AA batteries that are not included. It is priced at £59.99 and is available at https://www.smythstoys.com/
In fact there is a special promotion on at the moment where you can win a family trip to Italy – https://www.facebook.com/smythstoyssuperstores/