Cicciobello Love 'n' Care Doll
- 50cm soft bodied Cicciobello
- Responds to tender loving care
- His cheeks glow red and he cries
- Interactive accessories
- Goes into stand-by if stopped being played with
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Cicciobello Love 'n' Care is a large 50cm, soft-bodied doll, who responds to tender loving care. Cicciobello has high play value with random functions meaning that the doll interacts in a different way every time. Cicciobello has a high quality outfit and comes with a wide range of interactive accessories. Cicciobello goes into stand-by if he stops being played with.
Cicciobello is poorly he is crying and his cheeks are glowing red. Check his temperature with the special ear thermometer, it will turn red when he is feeling unwell. Maybe he needs a drink? Find the right one to make him feel better, whether it is his milk, juice or medicine, if he is still crying maybe he needs an injection? When he is feeling better he stops crying just to make sure he is fully better check his temperature and the light goes green if he is 100% better. Now give him his dummy and he’ll fall fast asleep.
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Top Customer Reviews
I agree, it is a sad concept, and the extra yelp the doll gives when you inject it up its bottom is a bit harsh. But it does provide kids with a lot of caring duties, which my daughter likes.
I'm wondering if the recommended age for this doll at 3+ is a bit young, as the initial combination you must use to quieten the feverish doll is quite complicated for young kids to remember. You have to take its temperature, use each bottle in turn for a certain amount of time, before injecting it up its bottom.
I wish you could get other clothing to dress it in and maybe a nappy or two, just to add to the interaction children could have with the doll.
I also wish it was in pink, because poor Cicciobello is now known as Lisa and he clearly isn't happy about that either.
(Oh yes and the crying might scare your cats if you have them).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The doll itself is not that realistic, but my 3 year old likes it and it would be quite durable. The crying sound could be better as it generlaly plays the same 2 second cry in a... Read morePublished on 25 Mar. 2011 by Stu
It looks better on the picture, than it really is. The accessories are poor quality. The syrringe is not made propely,you can not play with it at all. Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2011 by Michelle
my daughter was very happy with the doll and spent alot of time playing with it.all the different accessories for the doll were fabulous.Published on 20 Jan. 2011 by mariaosullivan
My daughter loves it (she's 5) although I find the crying a little too realistic to be comfortable. My youngest daughter (9 months) loves to make the doll cry by pulling the dummy... Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2011 by Grant