Baby Born Surprise Bottle House Playset - Review


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I've said it once and I'll say it again - my children are obsessed with collectibles! You name a range of collectibles and I can guarantee we collect them or have done in the past. They really love to collect and one thing which keeps them both interested is when the brand release playsets to use with their collectibles.

Baby Born Surprise has done just that with their new Baby Born Surprise Bottle Playset - one look at it and I knew Ava would be in her element! It's a huge, colourful bottle, which opens up into a little house full of accessories. Included is a bath with working showerhead, a pretend bottle of talc, baby wash, hairbrush, teddy bear, bottle and an exclusive Baby Born Surprise doll.


It's the perfect home for Baby born Surprise dolls - bound to inspire little one's imaginations and role-playing skills. With four different rooms spread over two floors to explore there is plenty to do for youngsters. The ground floor features the playroom with baby gym and teddy bear. On the opposite side is the baby changing table with powder bottle and brush to get BABY born ready for her day. The top floor features a hanging mobile and bedroom ready for the Baby Born Suprise doll to hopefully, sleep the night through. There's also a space for the bath, which can be removed and played with elsewhere.


The bath is a nice touch as it can be removed from the bathroom and has a real working shower - perfect for washing your baby and to watch her hair change colour when washed with iced water. We did have a little trouble getting the water to come out of the shower - it was very temperamental, however, a friend has this set too and didn't have a problem with it.



I also like how there are a few elements which are a bit more interactive, like the mobile, the safety gate on the cot, the front door - other than that there isn't much else to it. Ava seems quite engaged with it though as she's spent a lot of time playing with it and looking after her babies. She also really enjoyed "opening" the babies eyes, seeing her nappy change colour, working out her name, and so on - which you can do with all Baby Born Surprise Dolls - read more about that here.

The Baby Born Surprise Bottle Playset is suitable for children from 3 years of age, retails at £34.99 and is available to buy online and at Smyths.

3 comments:

  1. I'm in two minds about these toys. On the one hand, I'm sure when the child receives it they will enjoy it. However, on the other hand, I'm not sure if it will not end up being another plastic toy that gets discarded.

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  2. An unusual and cute toy which provides ongoing entertainment. Baby Born know a thing or two about toy designs.
    Keeping the box it arrives in means the toy can be passed on to another child.

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