We are so excited to tell you about the new Baby Annabell lunch time table. The new interactive toy is the perfect addition to our Baby Annabell collection for so many reasons. My seven year old has developed a passion for cooking and her baby sister has just started weaning.
*Baby Annabell lunchtime table and doll gifted*
We have been learning about healthy foods and how to feed babies as well as gratitude and patience with the new Baby Annabell lunch time table.
The lunch time table was very easy to set up and my seven year old Daughter did it all by herself.
The tray is pink and has the Baby Annabell logo sheep logo on the chair. The foods are colourful, fun and perfect for small hands. Baby Annabell makes several sounds which turn the lunch table experience into a game. It is important to research and explore how the lunch time table works in order to get the full interactive experience from this particular toy. We had lots of fun preparing the dolls favourite foods and finding out what she really loves to eat.
Baby Annabell likes to have a choice of a drink, the main course and a pudding. Will you be able to choose her three favourite dishes from the foods on offer?
The Baby Annabell lunch time table is a fine learning experience for my eldest Daughter. We have used Baby Annabell dolls to teach life skills in the past. Have a look at the popular Baby Annabell learn to swim doll.
It looks as if there is a good selection of foods you can offer including green peas and cherry pie. Look carefully for the special feature on Baby Annabel’s pink drink bottle. Will you select a drink of water, milk or fresh organic apple juice. We think Apple juice may be her favourite.
Do you see how we have successfully created her favourite menu? The three green lights are activated. My daughter said it was really fun guessing Baby Annabell’s favourite treats.
There are a selection of three buttons on Annabell’s lunch time table and the aim of the game is to turn them green. If you were to serve Annabel a selection of foods that she loved then you would be rewarded with illuminated green lights. Your baby would then cheer happily. However, if you served your baby a selection of foods that she wasn’t too keen on then the light would turn red and Make a dud beep sound.
Baby Annabell has a spoon attached to her lunchtime tray table too. Feed your baby and listen to her sweet gurgle sounds. She really does sound like a real life baby.
Learning to cook is a skill that we have started to master at home. Being in the kitchen with our children and making fond memories is a great way to spend the winter months and ensure plenty of good, quality family time.
Annabel Karmel expert & best-selling author on baby food & nutrition has recently released a fantastic cookbook for young children. We were lucky enough to attend the launch and cook alongside Mrs Karmel whilst learning cooking skills.
*The Baby Annabell lunch time table is available from all good toy retailers inc Smyths, Argos and Amazon £29.99. All images and opinions are my own and recorded for the readers of My Model Mummy blog*