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Hasbro Baby Alive Wets & Wiggles Boy Doll
Little girls can experience all the joys -- and responsibilities -- of "mommyhood" with this amazingly lifelike doll. Baby Alive "drinks" juice, and then "wets" his diaper, just like a real baby! When "mom" gives her baby doll a bottle of water, the doll will wiggle and cry. That's your cue that it's time to change the diaper. Once he is changed, squeeze the doll's bracelet and he will coo and play to let you know he is happier in his dry duds.87% (19)
Girls can also use the included washcloth to clean and care for their doll, and the included rattle helps keep him entertained. Doll comes with three doll diapers, T-shirt, hat, washcloth, rattle and bottle. Requires 4 "AA" batteries, included. Measures approximately 12" long.
This Wets & Wiggles doll drinks his juice, then cries when it's time to change his diaper. After changing him, mommy can squeeze the baby's bracelet to hear him coo and play. Ideal for little ones ages three through five, this lifelike doll is full of surprises and fosters a child's nurturing side.
This baby wiggles his way right into your heart, with his big blue eyes and tuft of blonde hair. View larger. View Back- Side.
What We Think
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The Good: Wiggles, drinks and wets just like a real baby
The Bad: Diaper refill packs, and juice mix packets sold separately
In a Nutshell: Being "mommy" can get messy, just like in real life
At a Glance
Requires: 4 AA (included)
It's Potty Time
Baby Alive Wets & Wiggles drinks and wets just like a real baby. Let him drink his juice then wait a couple minutes. When baby begins to cry and squirm, it is time to change his diaper. Watch out for surprises, as Baby Alive likes to get mommy wet.
Once he is changed and it's time for a nap, girls can squeeze the baby bracelet to hear him coo and babble. Playing mommy has never been more fun than with this amazing doll.
Comes with an Array of Fun Accessories
This baby doll wiggles his way right into a child's heart, with his big blue eyes and tuft of blonde hair. Dressed in a cute baby blue t-shirt and a matching hat, this newborn quickly becomes any girl's favorite doll.
Little ones love to fill up the blue and green bottle with water and observe as baby drinks it down. There are diaper refill packs and juice mix packets sold separately. Four AA batteries are provided to make this doll come to life.
What's in the Box
Baby Alive Wets & Wiggles doll, 3 doll diapers, t-shirt, hat, washcloth, rattle, bottle, and 4 AA batteries.
We encountered this cute baby elephant in Thailand, an animal whose ancestors took part in diplomatic missions! In 798 AD Charlemagne dispatched an embassy to Baghdad with orders to seek an alliance with the ruler of the Muslim empire,Caliph Harun al-Rashid. Interested in negotiation he decided to send Charlemagne a very special gift—a gift, he said in his note to the Imperial Council, that few in Europe had seen since Hannibal and his Carthaginians marched across the Alps - an elephant. There are no details on where the Caliph's animal trainer found the elephant or how he got it to Europe. But find it and get it there he did. In the spring of 801 the huge creature lumbered patiently down the streets of Aachen, an old Roman town in western Germany near today's border between Belgium and Holland—a town newly prosperous since Charlemagne, ruling King of the Franks and recently crowned Holy Roman Emperor, had chosen it as his residence a few years earlier. To Aachen, the arrival of the elephant was an exciting event. Crowds turned out to meet it. Boys, running and slipping over the cobblestone streets, shouted excitedly to their friends to come see. Adults, gathered in taverns or working in shops, turned out to point and stare at this gray beast with the stubby tail and the long trailing nose. As for the alliance that Charlemagne wanted, it never came off. Charlemagne and Harun al-Rashid achieved no more than a vague understanding on trade and communications. Charlemagne, however, did keep the elephant and, later, even took him into battle where he frightened enemy horses. By the time he died in 810, his name—Abul Abbas—had become a household name in France and Germany and even the laconic historian of the Royal Frankish Annals, normally concerned only with kings and wars and eclipses, was sufficiently moved by that event to break into his narrative in 811 and add, "... the elephant which Harun, King of the Saracens sent, suddenly died." So passed one of the more curious episodes in the history of European-Middle Eastern relations [Extracted from an article by Jon Mandaville, associate professor of history and Middle East studies at Portland State University]Jonas boys 2004-2010
Screencap. THEN - Jonas boys performing on Saturday, November 6, 2004 on the CBS Early Show. They were trying to make a name for thamselves, but still on Nick's solo album. NOW - Saturday, November 6, 2010 (yes, I do find this very amusing. Reason why I did it). The Jonas Brothers are a band known and loved in the whole world. 4 albuns of their own and one solo for Nick. As of now they are here in Brazil. Later today they will be performing in Sao Paulo, and tomorrow, Sunday, November 7th, they will perform here on Rio. BTW - This was posted on November 6 in here. Flickr has some different clock so it counted as November 5, but it was not. It is their second visit. From the cute little boys from Saturday, November 6, 2004 - to the handsome men on Saturday, November 6, 2010. Im cheesy, I know. I just thought it was cool xD BTW - This was posted on Novemer 6, but Flickr has some weird clock and counted it as November 5, but it was NOT.
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