Cicciobello Love ‘n’ Care Doll – Review

Regular readers will know that Amy is a big fan of dolls.  They are her “go to” toy and she spends hours looking after her babies – feeding them, changing their clothes and carrying them around.  For a while now, “Baby Jack” has been her favourite to the extent that I could probably have got rid of all the others without her even noticing.  However “Baby Jack” now has a contender for the top spot in the form of her new Cicciobello Love ‘n’ Care doll, more commonly known in our house as “Violet” (and yes, we know he’s meant to be a boy but hey…) The Cicciobello Love ‘n’ Care doll allows your child to quite literally love and care for their baby.  When Cicciobello is feeling poorly or sad, he cries and his cheeks flush.  It’s then up to your child to make baby feel better using a…

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