Baby George Review

Baby George Review

This last week we have had a new addition to the family, no I haven’t been keeping a big secret I’m talking about the arrival of baby George – the baby brother of Baby Annabell from Zapf Creations! 

Baby George is just like having a real baby in the house he gurgles, babbles, giggles, burps cries when he’s woken up, yawns when he tired unlike real babies though he is easily consoled with a pat on the back or a little cuddle – all else failing theres the off switch (evil mummy muhahah)
Baby George will drink water and cry real tears and his little mouth even moves when he’s having his dummy or bottle. 

The girls aged 3 and 4 have loved playing with baby George, Bella has always loved her dolls and playing mummy so she has really taken a shine to him he has been going everywhere with her which is just so cute! 

Our final verdict? I think this is a great toy, well made and it has provided hours of fun already. 
Would I buy it? I did buy it. Well the girl Baby Annabell so yes now we have 2 but It saves on the arguments! They really do love them.

Baby Annabell® Brother Baby George is suitable for ages three plus and is priced around £49.99.
Disclaimer: I was sent the doll in return for a honest review all views expressed are my own.

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  1. January 2, 2015 / 4:26 pm

    Following Santa’s visit I now have 3 baby Annabelle’s. We also already only own 1 of the 3 dummies. 2 lost already. I need more and then need to attach them to the doll! Love the idea of a baby George too.

  2. January 2, 2015 / 6:39 pm

    Ah I have missed out on dollies having 2 boys, its all footballs and electric guitars in this house, Baby George is so cute x

  3. January 2, 2015 / 11:28 pm

    Many moons ago now but we used to have 3 baby Annabelle’s here. I love that she now has a baby brother, not many baby dolls come in gender neutral/boys colours so will definitely be looking at getting O one of these in the future! xxx

  4. January 3, 2015 / 7:08 am

    I loved dolls as a child and plan to buy Little Miss H one when she is older. Like Katie above, I think that is is brilliant that you can get gender neutral/ boys dolls. Why should dolls just be for girls? Enjoy having another baby in the house (thank heavens for the off switch). Hugs Mrs H xxxx

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