Life Like Baby Dolls For Kids : Valco Baby Runabout Stroller
Baby Lovely - Classic Style, Interactive, Life-Like, Growing Doll
Meet Baby Lovely, a sophisticated, interactive baby doll that invites children (3-year-and-up) to interact with her in ways that will captivate and delight. She has many life like features that make her appear to be the real thing!85% (19)
When you pick her up, she talks and laughs, cry to let you know she's hungry, makes real life drinking sounds during feedings. Baby Lovely also laughs to let you know when she is full and snores when sleeping.
She grows 2 inches taller while she is being fed and shrinks when playing or sleeping.
Great and fun gift idea!
3 AAA batteries (not included). 15 inches tall. Made of pliant vinyl. Ages 3 and up.
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I have been tagged by photographeer. So I have to post 16 things about myself. 1. I hate SP's! I do not like to have my picture taken by anyone, but I love taking pics of everyone and everything! My Meme used to have old pics in a drawer in her dining room and I used to always go thru them. 2. I hate that lizard skin under my chin!! If I was I don't know the word I am wanting , but If I was that word, I would have a neck/chin tuck!! But I'm not that word so I won't!! 3. In my other life I was married for 13 years and had 4 wonderful boys and 1 beautiful girl. In this life, my husband and I have been together for 10 years and married for 5 years. We have 8 kids (all grown) and 13 grands between us! I love my daughters in laws! I have 2 half brothers and 2 half sisters, and 2 sisters. My mom raised my two sisters and I by herself and did a damn good job of it! 4. I used to teach aerobics for a living - 8 classes a week and loved, loved, loved it. I never would have believed that I would now sit at a computer all day and not exercise. 5. My now husband and I met at a shag dance. I love dancing and I love to dance with him!! I also love to sing, but I sound like Lucille Ball and Alfalfa all rolled up into one! 6. I miss my sister, Miki, who now lives in Alaska. Even though we were only 18 months apart, we were not close as young children. I was a tomboy and she liked to play baby dolls with my other sister who is 7 years younger than me. But when we all got to be teenagers we were very close and have always been since. Sisters are special! 7. I cannot wear heels of any kind. It is flats for me, preferably tennis shoes! 8. I love crafty stuff, sewing, embroidery, photography, collecting pens,markers, frogs, little tins, animated toys, pretty much just love to collect stuff! I used to sew baby dolls and sell them in my other life.. 9. I wish my kids and their families lived closer so I could see them everyday. I love my life and love my family! God has blessed my family and I! Yes we have had many, many hardships, but God has always kept us together, seen us through them and made us stronger. I believe good comes out of something bad. 10. I wear my feelings on my sleeve. Something I wish I could change. but it is who I am. It takes a lot to make me mad, but when I do, I get really mad! 11. I am easy to get along with, but if you do me wrong I will hold a grudge for a while maybe a loonnggg while. It bothers me if someone does not like me. 12. I am afraid of edges, cliffs, ditches, ledges, and water grates in the pavement. I love horseback riding but am afraid to canter for long distances. No reason, just am. 13. I do not like crowds, I am quiet around people I do not know. I will not go in a restuarant, (not even Hardees) and eat alone.. 14. I love being outside but I hate cold weather. On warm days, and during the summer, I do not come in until after dark. 15. I can't stand people who whine and complain and don't try to help themselves. I want to just shake them and say "Put on your big girl panties and just deal with it! If you can't change it.. move on..." 16. Thanks heavens!! uummm, let see, I am not a prissy, or danty girl, I like the outdoors, I don't mind getting dirty. I am still a tomboy!! (My body is just not as agile!!) But that is my fault and I am working on it!Baby Taurus
I bought a car today. It's an '02 Escort ZX2. It has everything my beloved '99 Taurus SE had, except for leather interior and a moonroof. And oh yeah, an automatic light sensor. I just spent 10 idiotic minutes trying to figure out how to turn on the lights. My Taurus was totalled. Here's the whole sordid story, a day that will live in infamy, Monday, June 25, 2007: I've been studying chaos theory. It helps me to understand what happened that day. That morning, before I went to school, I went to the pharmacy to pick up my allergy stuff and my crazy medicine. I had to go that morning because the pharmacy was closed on Saturday. They changed their hours and did not tell anyone. So anyway, I picked up my prescriptions, bought a bottle of water, and a car air freshener that smells like coconuts. The air freshener was in the shape of a Tiki doll. Keep that in mind. I was driving west down Central Avenue in Portage, minding my own business, when I see an eastbound guy on a crotch rocket pop a wheelie in the middle of the road. I think to myself, "What a dumbass." Then I see the guy's bike kick out from under him. The guy is bouncing east in his lane (and I do mean "bouncing," he bounced off the pavement about 4 or 6 times, maintaining the accelerated speed from which he had left the bike), and I see his bike sliding at me in my lane. I couldn't swerve to the right because there is a one-foot high curb there. So, my options are, swerve into the other lane and hit the guy, or stop the car and wait for the imminent impact. I chose option B. The bike slammed into the underneath portion of my front end, causing a substantial amount of damage. A witness called 911. The kid looks like something from a horror movie. He's seriously hurt, but he doesn't think he is. He's bleeding from everywhere. My car is puking radiator fluid, and his bike is puking oil and gas. After about an hour of the paramedics arguing with him that he needed to go to the hospital, he went to the hospital, his bike is towed and my car is towed, and one of the cops gave me a ride home. So I came home, got Kayleigh's car and Aaron's phone (my own phone battery was completely dead), and I'm driving down Willowcreek, headed to the Toll Road. I'll be dammed if another kid, this time a very young girl in a little blue car doesn't turn in front of me and I hit HER. I hit the back of her car - fender and wheel. So we pull over, but she didn't want to call the cops, because she knew it was her fault and she would get in trouble with her dad. She's going to tell her dad that someone hit her in the parking lot. This takes me back to chaos theory. If the pharmacy had been open on Saturday, I wouldn't have been in either place at either time, and none of this would have happened. Either that, or the Tiki air freshener was a replica from that episode of the "Brady Bunch" when they were in Hawaii. I think I heard the music.
The Real Loving Baby Doll features the sweetest, most realistic behaviors. Give her hugs, kisses, and hold her often - she needs lots of nurturing, just like a real baby. Girls are able to name their very own Real Loving Baby Doll; and through speech and hearing, the doll will recognize her name, ask for her bottle, play peek-a-boo with giggles, take her blanket to sleep, and so much more. It requires 4 "AA" batteries, which are not included. It measures 15.5" tall.See also:
Your little girl will fall in love with Real Loving Baby, an interactive doll that she’ll want to nurture and care for every day. Girls can choose and record a name for their doll, and through speech recognition, Real Loving Baby will actually respond when her name is spoken. The 16-inch doll can also move her head, arms, and wrists in a lifelike fashion.
The realistic doll will even ask to play peek-a-boo.
The combination of these realistic features means that Real Loving Baby will open her arms for a hug, ask for and blow kisses, cover her eyes to play peek-a-boo, and giggle when you tickle her. Other amazing characteristics include her asking for and drinking from her bottle, rubbing her eyes and taking her blanket when it’s time to go to sleep, playing with her teddy bear, and more. Her voice is as realistic as her actions--young and cute without being creepy or scary.
The adorable baby doll has rooted blond hair and her eyes open and close. She is dressed in a pink footed jumper with a matching soft hat. Other accessories include a baby blanket, her feeding bottle, a teddy bear, and a diaper. Four AA batteries are required, but not included.
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