Baby Alive Mix My Medicine Baby Doll, Kitty-Cat Pajamas, Drinks and Wets, Doctor Accessories, Blonde Hair Toy
Baby Alive Mix My Medicine Baby is home sick in her kitty-cat pajamas today. Does she need her medicine? A tissue? A drink of water? Find out what’s wrong by using her special interactive thermometer.
Once you know what’s wrong with baby, you can choose 1 of the 2 medicine packets to make her all better. Mix the powdered doll medicine with 3 tsp. (15 ml.) of water, then use the medicine dropper to give baby her medicine! And oh, dear… does baby have a boo-boo? Use the bandage sticker to soothe baby — and a cuddle and kiss helps, too! Kids will have fun mixing up medicine for baby, changing baby’s diaper (additional diapers sold separately), and making their baby doll feel all better.
Age Range: 3+
Character: Baby Alive
Warning Message: Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years
Accessory List: doll, diaper, medicine cup, dropper, 2 packets of doll medicine, thermometer, removable pajamas, stickers, tissue, and instructions
When you use your baby doll’s thermometer, a picture will appear to show you what she needs
Once you know what’s wrong with baby, choose one of the packets, add water, and squeeze to fill the dropper with doll medicine
Baby’s thirsty! Give her some water from her cup. Uh-oh, baby’s wet! Time for a diaper change
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