On the Christmas wish lists of many little girls each year is a baby Annabell doll. Once those little girls have their dream doll they will then no doubt want some of the many accessories to use with baby Annabell.
Baby Annabell; for those that don’t know, is a life like baby doll. There is now both the girl and boy version and both are a realistic size compared to a new born baby. They even fit in some smaller baby clothes. The dolls come with a few small accessories such as the bottle, dummy, bib etc. The baby Annabell dolls are part of Zapf creation and there are lots of accessories to use with baby Annabell dolls. These include beds, outfits, changing tables, feeding accessories and prams and buggies for taking the dolls for walks.
This is just one of the buggies for baby Annabell.
It is a very lightweight jogger type stroller, the type that has 3 wheels based on the jogger buggies for mums (tho I’ve never personally seen anyone jogging with one of these yet).
This one is pink which suits Izebella just fine. It also has the sheep chats design. The sheep being another accessory that can nr purchased. As well as being really light and weighing just 780g (approx), it is also very low in height which is perfect for younger and smaller children.
The handle bars being at almost perfect height for Izebella who is 4 in a few months. The doll inside is her baby Annabell tho dressed in another outfit.
The stroller comes ready built and in a clear plastic package, no building and no bulky packaging. It can be taken from the packet and is ready for use.
Putting the stroller up is so simple that even Izebella did not need showing what to do. It just unfolds and then a metal bar at the back is pushed down. Then lift the bar to fold again.
Baby Annabell then fits into her new stroller and can be fastened in ready for a nice walk.
The weight of the doll obviously increases the weight of the stroller but it’s still easy enough for Izebella to push around. It can be used both inside and outside. It is quite a basic jogger stroller which comes without any raincover or hood but it’s sweet and cute and pink and Izebella loves it.
It may be small and light but it seems pretty strong and sturdy and not the type of thing that feels like it will fall apart.
The buggy is part of the Baby Annabell range but any doll can be used with it. It’s small size and very light weight make it really easy to store away when not being played with.
As for price – I have been browsing a few stores online and the varying prices seem to fall between £20-£30.