Baby Born Surprise - Review


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I don't know about your children, but my two are absolutely besotted with both collectibles and surprise toys! I've lost count of how many different collections we have on the go because it seems to multiply on a weekly basis. Baby Born Surprise is a new toy on the market, one which ticks both of those boxes.


Baby Born Surprise are packaged in a hard plastic case, which I removed prior to photographing as it had already opened a little bit and was sharp. I advise you do the same when presenting to children, not just because it's sharp, but because it's also quite difficult to open up too. Scissors are needed.

Once the plastic was out the way you are presented with a lovely egg-shaped bundle wrapped in a cloth material, all tied up with a pretty bow. It's very attractive and the kids couldn't wait to see what was inside. Inside the wrap is another small plastic container, but within you'll find the most adorable little baby.


There are currently 12 babies to collect and each is wrapped in their own unique and adorable swaddle. Also included with each Baby Born Surprise is a removable, colour changing nappy, a pink or blue feeding bottle and a birth certificate which you have to decipher to learn more about the baby.


We unwrapped Baby Blue Bear and Spring Flower, both with pink bottles which means they are girls. We decided to wipe the babies eyes first to discover their eye colour and cross-reference this with their hair colour. doing so lead to our first answer on their birth certificates, their names; Peyton and Skyler! We then fed them (water) with the plastic bottles, which in turn changed the nappies from plain white to a colourful pattern print. The nappy print lets you know their favourite food.


There's so many different surprises to discover with Baby Born Surprise; their eye colour, hair colour, nappy colour, favourite food, birth month, star sign, favourite number, their gender and of course, their name. Filling out the birth certificate and figuring out all of these details is so much fun and brings a whole new element to play. It also gives each doll their own personality which I'm sure all children will appreciate.

We adore Baby Born Surprise! They are so cute, well made and just the right size for a children's collectible. Noah and Ava have played with them a lot since they arrived last week, both at home, on the go, in the bath, in the car! I think we might have to collect them all.

Baby Born Surprise are suitable for children from 3 years of age and retail at £11.99. They are available to buy at most leading toy stores and online. I think we might have to collect them all.

Would your children like Baby Born Surprise?


9 comments:

  1. I would expect them to. As we are intrigued by not knowing, and anticipation builds up towards the time of finding out facts :- What does the package contain, aspects of doll :- Name, appearance, etc. Wondering, and guessing, as well as anticipation of finding out facts / details :- These are all emotive. Children are naturally curious.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. Yes Megan would absolutely love unwrapping these baby Born Surprises, Mollie would love to play with the babies too xxx

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  3. Cute!

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  4. Storage is one of the ISSUES when it comes to collectables.

    Rachel Craig

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  5. these look great im ssure my daughter would love

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  6. These are so cute, my daughter has been asking me for some for her birthday!

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  7. Collectables do seem quite popular.

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  8. Brexit :- Will Business be Booming? I don't know, as who knows what the future will hold? Fortune Tellers some may think is a possibility.

    Prince Andrew commenting on to in regards to Brexit. Has totally mistified me. I am baffled. I thought that Royals / Royalty stayed clear of politics. Is that not Royal Protocol for them to remain neutral in regards to Politics, and how they manage to do so :- Is by their behaviour, actions, words. They steer clear of Political ISSUES, discussions.

    Toys will continue to sell well in my opinion. As we are a nation that love children, and have a tendency to shower them with gifts. Our own children, other children, we shower them with gifts even before they are born :- Via Baby Showers, etc.

    We had had so much mention of Brexit. Many of us no longer wish to hear of the word / term. Theresa May did announce at the beginning of her term as Prime Minister that her job was Brexit. She was correct, so it seems. Her work / job as Prime Minister is over, yet Brexit is not. She leaves with a good pension, whilst how many other living ex-Prime Ministers will also be in recepti of a good pension. Whilst some may also be receiving income through paid employment, and perhaps investments. Such as Tony Blair, who has a Property Potfolio.

    Maybe the Rich should be Means Tested. Tot up their Income, Savings, Investments, Assets, etc. A maximum being set. Then perhaps those over 75years could be provided a FREE tv license, as it may be the only company / entertainment that they have. Social Isolation is detrimental to health. Social Isolation has been used as a Punishment in prisons, etc. It can be referred to as Solitary Confinement.

    I hope for a Caring, Sharing, Kind, Compassionate, Empathic Britain. Maybe that would bring back the Great ( Great Britain).

    Rachel Craig

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  9. Should read :- Prince Andrew commenting on tv ( I believe it was a news programme)...

    Rachel Craig

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