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Corolle Special Feature Baby Doll Emma Drink-and-Wet Bath Baby - 14" Doll
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Little ones will love "toilet training" their own Corolle Drink & Wet Baby. Emma is 14" tall, anatomically correct, and has blue eyes that open and close. She is ready for bath-time play---her all-vinyl body is specially sealed so that water will not get inside. Emma is dressed in white cotton knit t-shirt and underpants, and includes bottle, pacifier, potty chair, and diaper.
For extended play value, Corolle offers a wonderful collection of optional 14" baby doll fashions and nursery accessories.
Emma actually drinks from her own plastic bottle.
Emma wets when you squeeze her full belly!
Emma is anatomically correct.
Emma loves to take baths!
This doll is the Preferred Potty Training Doll of Author and Potty Pro Teri Crane.
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49 of 52 found the following review helpful:
a baby doll that pees?Apr 02, 2007
By L. Goldoor
We bought this doll for our daughter's "potty day" (with the help of Potty Train Your Child in Just One Day), and I wasn't that thrilled with it. First of all, although Emma (the doll) is learning how to pee, she looks like an infant and my daughter kept wanting to put a diaper on her, feed her a bottle and put her to sleep for her nap. They should make a toddler version with hair and a sippy/straw cup. My second problem with Emma was that I was under the impression that she would hold her pee until I pushed her belly. This is not the case, it started to leak out whenever I gave her the bottle. Pushing on her belly just increased the stream. So I had to feed her on the potty so she would pee at the same time. Or I had to feed her lying down and keep her that way until it was time to pee. Needless to say, she had a lot more accidents than successful potty trips. The third thing is that it was hard to get the bottle in her mouth, perfectly wedged in so that the water would go in her mouth and not dribble out the sides. On the plus side, the only way I got my daughter to drink enough fluids to pee 8 times on the potty was to fill Emma's bottle with juice because she loved sucking on the bottle. Again, though, it was difficult to keep up the "big girl talk" when she's sucking on a bottle and wanting to be a baby like Emma all day long. From what I understand, this is the best doll that pees on the market, so I guess you still might have to purchase it, but if you can find something a little better, go for it. And try to find it in a store, I got charged $15 for shipping.
23 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Purchased for Potty TrainingDec 29, 2007
I'll keep it brief. I bought this doll simply to potty train my now two year old. I knew it was a little early to start potty training, but I wanted her to be familiar with Emma so wnen we really started training, she'd feel like a mommy training her baby. The doll is very durable and can get into the tub too. She's very simply dressed, but there are other clothes available for her. Most importantly, she doesn't "wet" until you press her tummy so if you're looking a doll that will eliminate on command, then this is it. Nothing to break, very little stuff to lose so it can easily be passed on to another child.
14 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Overall fine but somewhat disappointingSep 10, 2007
By Z. Anspacher
We bought "Emma" specifically for our 15 month old who starting potty training herself. She loves the doll. We find it hard to use. Just as another reveiwer described, it is difficult to get the water in using the supplied bottle. It is hard to squeeze. You have to smash Emmma's face in and then the water spills out the sides.
Also disappointing is this company's version of "anatomically correct". O.k. if you call a tiny hole the diameter of a pencil tip "anatomically correct". I expected my daughter to see something at least resembling the area where her own urination occurs. So I believe the educational value in this aspect is lacking.
The fact that the limbs are hard to position is probably due to the fact that it is rated for 3 and up and our daughter is just not able to move the stiff limbs into position.
Overall, I am disappointed with the doll, but we do use it and my daughter likes it so I just wish we had paid less for it, then we wouldn't be as dismayed with the quality.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
More fun than you think!!!Jan 26, 2007
I thought that because there were no buttons or batteries that my three year-old daughter would not enjoy it but I was wrong. She loves it!!! This doll goes every where that she does. I purchased this doll to help with potty training and it did the trick. This is a quality doll, that when you squeeze her tummy she can go potty. Feeding her the water is a little hard because you have to make sure you get the bottle in her mouth all the way. But she doesn't care if she spits the water up or if she actually goes potty. She also loves taking her into the bath tub too! Not as expensive as other dolls but well worth the money spent!
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
very nice doll but didn't help with potty trainingNov 17, 2007
By Kristina R
smells great, is very cute and i love the fact that it tinkles in the potty or diaper, i thought it would help to potty train my daughter, but she lost interest quickly and it didn't train her at all...she does like to take baths with it...you have to make sure, like other wet toys, that you drain the water daily so it doesn't get yuchy...not worth the expensive price tag in my opinion...
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