Posted on October 15, 2012

Lalaloopsy Littles Sew Cute Patient Doll Review

Review/ Toy Review/ Toyologist/ Toysrus

Boo has been smitten with Lalaloopsy after seeing adverts on TV, the songs are just so catchy and they make the characters look very appealing to small children. So when  Lalaloopsy Littles Sew Cute Patient Doll ‘Stumbles Bumps & Bruises’ arrived in her Toyologist box she could not have been happier!

Stumples Bumps and Bruises is an adorable doll with a huge head and blue hair; she is the little sister of Rosy Bumps & Bruises. Stumbles was once a rag doll who magically came to life when her very last stitch was sewn. She’s a perfect patient who always takes her medicine, loves to wear bandages and is sure she is coming down with the sillies 🙂 Boo & Bugs both adore this doll and their favourite part is the stethoscope that comes with the set, it makes lots of silly noises like frog sounds, clock ticking, bells ringing etc Not what you’d expect to hear from someone’s heartbeat obviously but makes it so much fun 😉

Stumbles comes with her own teddy bear that you can bandage up to make better; his arms and legs pull off so that you can put him back together again in one piece and he comes with a bandage for his head and a bandaged ear too! It also comes with a magic milk cup; the milk disappears when it is being drunk, my kids find this totally amazing… and I remember having something similar as a child and was always blown away by it 😉

We love this and it is going to be played with for many more hours. Both my kids love it; to be honest I think Boo at almost 6 will have outgrown it in the not too distant future so it will be little Bugs who gets most fun out of it and that is just fine with me 😉

Contents –

  • Stumbles
  • Bear
  • Stethoscope
  • Milk bottle
  • Medicine bottle
  • Bandage

Lalaloopsy Littles Sew Cute Patient Doll is suitable for 4 years plus and is available at Toys R Us for £29.99

 

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