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Baby Alive sweet Tears Baby Reviews

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    September 21, 2018

    I love this doll

    This baby alive is so adorable, she cries tears and puckers her little lip. the face changes and starts crying it's very realistic. You feed the doll water from the juice box and she will cry real tears. It also has a switch on the back so you can change it to "daddy" mode if you so desire.

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    September 20, 2018
    Virginia, United States

    Sweet tears Baby Alive

    This doll is so much fun. She can cry. You can check her heartbeat and her ears. She does talk as well. She came with a juice box, brush. Thermometer,stethoscope and brush. This will give your little one hours of play.

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    September 20, 2018

    Looks and acts like a real baby ! My daughter loves her.

    This babydoll really does look like a real baby. I bought it for my three year old daughter and she loves it. She takes it everywhere i let her ! I would definately recommend it and would buy it again. Well worth the money!!

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    September 13, 2018

    Love it

    My daughter brings this baby everywhere we go. She insists on showing everyone what she does and telling people all about her. This doll is so fun and teaches them how to care for a baby more than just a regular doll

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    August 17, 2018
    Mississippi, United States

    Cute

    My daughters are Baby Alive obsessed, and have most them. That said, the Sweet Tears Baby is not played with as much as the others. I think it might be because it is a very heavy doll. It’s hard to carry after a while. The doll is cute and looks so sad when you make her cry. The lip color came off pretty fast, and did not hold up as well as it does on other Baby Alive Dolls.

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    August 14, 2018
    United States

    It was a hit for my daughter's birthday

    I bought this baby doll for my daughter's birthday. She loves collecting baby alive dolls and this is one of her all time favorites. She loves that she cries real tears and she can take care of her and make her feel better. I would highly reccomend.

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    August 08, 2018

    Un must!

    C’est un des jouets préférés de ma fille qui a 2 ans. Le fait que la poupée parle est un avantage, car ma fille répète les mots que la poupée dit et fait les actions que la poupée demande. En plus, elle peut parler en français et en anglais.

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    May 01, 2018

    Very cute doll with surprising and fun features!

    This is an impressive and fun baby doll that will delight those who like to play with baby style toys. She has a lot of features, comes with a lot of accessories and is good quality. Overall, I really like this doll and my little testers had a lot of fun with her, I think the value is worth it simply due to the crying mechanism being so realistic and the sheer amount of accessories she can come with. I wobbled between giving this five or four stars, due to the set-up being such a nightmare, but I feel it offers enough to get five stars, in the end!

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    Features and Fun
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    35 plus phrases - She can speak in English or French (Not Spanish as the listing mistakingly says at points, perhaps in the US market), but I'll admit I didn't hear as many phrases or sounds as that. I wonder if 35 includes French AND English phrases together, making the English amount much less. Regardless, she does have an impressive amount to say and her voice is loud and clear. For me, the French voice was too grown up and not as 'exuberant' sounding. Hold the nose and heart button for over five seconds to switch languages.

    She also has the ability to talk to 'mommy' or 'daddy'. This is an awesome feature as if you have multiple kids or might want to pass on the doll later, you're not limited to only girls.

    Tears: Love this feature. Rather than peeing she cries the water out through her eyes. She drinks the water from the juice box and if you hold her nose for three seconds she will cry. This is very realistic and kids really love it! The only downside is that a lot of water does get everywhere, her dress is more of a water-resistant material and it runs right off or pools on the dress, making a bit of mess. Use only distilled water and follow instructions in the (very clear) booklet to make it work correctly or drain the doll.

    Expressive face: The real gem in this doll was a big surprise to me. This doll actually moves her face! When crying or unhappy she squishes up her chubby little cheeks and mechanical movement changes her facial expression and her eyes blink. Kids go absolutely bananas for this and it really seems to help them with the 'pretend' game, they see her as a lot more real and it's pretty endearing to watch them be super gentle with her and wipe up her tears. My testers didn't love the enclosed tissue and prefer to use real tissues.

    Accessories: Stethoscope, thermometer, bandage, tissue, juice box, brush, and instructions. They've really worked hard to give you a lot to do with this baby doll. Some of the accessories, like the stethoscope, can prompt other phrases when used as she requests them. The thermometer goes in the mouth with a cute 'happy/sad' mechanism. There's a lot to discover and do with Baby Alive Sweet Tears.

    This doll has a big range of fun and due to the fact that it's a regular doll on top of all the extras, they really don't get bored with this. When the batteries run out, even if you don't replace them (or if you turn it off) they still use it like a real doll and cart it around, cuddle with it and generally play make-believe. This makes a good gift.

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    Sweet Tears legs' are a little stiff at first, it can be hard to push her into the sitting position, but they do loosen up quickly. She has arms that turn around and legs that can be pushed up (and terrifyingly back), but not jointed elbows or knees. Pretty standard baby doll look and layout.

    A genius design choice is a switch on the back that lets you change from 'mommy or daddy' also has a demo mode or 'off' mode. Demo mode is great because she will only speak when the 'heart button' on her chest is pressed. If she's in regular mode she will continue to speak until she goes inactive, this can be a little overwhelming for sensitive kids and parents who want more quiet! Of course, the voice is quite loud, so being able to turn it to silent at night (or when you're losing your mind) is great.

    Her face is very cute and expressive and well-painted with soft fabric eyelashes. You can even see an itsy bitsy moulded plastic tongue in the back of the mouth. I did think the hair was a little cheap looking, but that's a theme with kid's toys of all prices. I like the hairstyle having a braid in it, but still with a section to brush.

    Her nose lights up red when she's 'sick', it's not overly bright or insane looking though, pretty cute.

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    This is hands-down one of the worst set-ups I've ever encountered. Every part of Baby Alive Sweet Tears is shackled to the box with difficult to cut (because they are so taut) elastic and plastic ties and then the back of the ties are taped all over so it's even harder to get out without damaging her. There are even parts holding on her neck and hair that are located behind a plastic block on the front and taped up so bad on the back you cannot get them without destroying the box. I recommend a good pair of scissors and cutting the box to pieces as it's impossible to tear with the volume of tape.

    Even the included tissue has been attached with around nine tiny, mini little plastic ties that when removed, leave holds in the tissue fabric.

    I really don't understand why they make it so difficult to get these toys out of the box, it's an extra level of frustration that no parent needs. Imagine your kid opens this on their birthday and wants to play immediately? Well, get ready to set aside 20+ minutes to free Sweet Tears from her prison of packaging. Yeesh. I'd definitely recommend unpacking this ahead of time and just resting her in the box for when you give it to your little one.

    Other than that, she comes with the batteries already in and this is ready to go!

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    Summary
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    - Ages 3+
    - 3AA batteries (demo batteries included)
    - Cries tears (very cool and kids love it!)
    - Use distilled water in the juice box to fill her full of water for the tears.
    - Clear and easy to understand instructions.
    - Getting her out of the box is nightmarish (20+ minutes unless you have very sharp scissors and steady hands).
    - Her face actually moves and scrunches up, so cool to watch!
    - Comes with a lot of accessories.
    - Long-lasting play value and kids will play with it even if the batteries run down.

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