Babies that Cry Real Tears!
Every little girl loves a doll that does more than just sit there and look pretty.
There's nothing wrong with looking pretty, mind you! But here we have a doll that does a lot more than that!
Cry Babies Interactive Baby Dolls are fun interactive toys! If you aren't familiar with them, a little girl you know probably is!
Cry Babies have big eyes and adorable, colorful outfits!
Some of the Cry Babies dolls have different accessories. However, all of them have pacifiers which are very important to how they function.
Cry Babies cry real, watery tears. Unlike a lot of dolls, Cry Babies have no separate hair, so you cannot comb it or anything like that.
Some Cry Babies also can get "sick" and their skin can glow red. Fortunately, you can make them "feel better" by giving them special medicine and lots of love!
Two AA batteries are included.
Cry Babies are recommended for young children. The exact minimum age may depend upon which doll you select, so be sure to check that.
When they have a pacifier, removing it will cause the Cry Baby to cry.
When the Cry Baby shouts and cries, you can stop it by rocking her to calm her down.
You only need to add water for the real tears.
The Cry Baby dolls weigh about one pound to two pounds apiece.
The dimensions of the Cry Baby dolls are about 7 inches by 12 inches.
Cry Baby dolls currently retail for about $20-$25 (prices vary for different dolls even within the same retailer), though you can find them for more or less at various outlets.
The Cry Baby dolls have cute names like Hally, Jenna, Pearly, Fantasy Dreamy, Dotty, Lady, Floppy, Lena, Fantasy Bruny, Kristal, Lea, Fancy, Bonnie, Lammy, Katie, Coney, and Lala.
The Cry Baby dolls can be a little difficult to operate at times. For instance, it can be difficult to put the pacifier in their mouths. Also, it can be difficult to get the battery compartment open.
The crying of the Cry Babies does not last very long. She cries for a little while and then stops. Plus, she runs out of water for tears pretty fast.
As you can see from the pictures, the head of the Cry Babies dolls is large relative to the body.
Also, you cannot be too rough with the Cry Babies doll, as they are somewhat fragile.
The batteries that come with the Cry Babies doll wear out fairly quickly, so make sure to have some spare AA batteries handy.
The crying sound is a little unusual. You should try to hear what the crying sounds like before you purchase a Cry Babies doll just to make sure that you like it.
The Kristal Cry Babies doll comes with a stethoscope, thermometer, medical bracelet, cough syrup, medicine injection, pacifier, and instruction manual.
Each Cry Babies doll comes with a changeable animal print onesie.
You cannot put Cry Babies dolls in the tub because - remember! - they have batteries and the water would harm them.
Cry Babies dolls are great for teaching small children what it means to be a parent and caring person.
You can also stop the Cry Babies doll from its crying by laying it down.
Each Cry Babies doll has fully articulated head, arms, and legs to make them more fun to play with and pose!
The size of the Cry Babies dolls makes them perfect for small hands.
One caution about the Cry Babies dolls is that they are not very soft. Some people expect very soft dolls, and these are not soft.
Don't think that Cry Babies dolls are only fit for the youngest children. Five-year-old girls may love their Cry Babies dolls just as much as the younger ones do!
Since there are so many different Cry Babies dolls, if your child likes hers, you can always get another one! It might be a bit pricey and take up a lot of room to buy all of them, however!
Cry Babies dolls became available in the United States in mid-2018. They are still wildly popular and show no signs of going away anytime soon!