Christmas is fast approaching and parents are now searching for reviews of the toys the children have on the top of their wish list. Is the Baby Born Dragon on your child's wish list?? After the girls reviewed the Interactive Baby Born and then the Baby Born Interactive Sister doll they wanted to review the Baby Born Dragon. Who wouldn't? She is adorable with her sparkly blue eyes and pearlescent wings.
The Dragon comes in a large box just like the dolls so it is sure to give the WOW factor to little ones who always believe the bigger the box, the better the toy is.
The girls instantly fell in love with her. She has a soft head and tail but her body is hard to protect the mechanism that make her move. The hard body didn't stop J giving her a cuddle though.
So what does the dragon do?
Her beautiful eyes and nostrils light up with a tap of the wand, she makes cute noises and with the stroke of the magic wand across her head she will start to walk forwards, a stoke the other way and she will stop. The girls found this magical.
She can also be used in role play, and once her wings were unclipped from the little cotton stitch J made her fly.
The dragon figurine which comes with the interactive dragon fits inside the egg which then fits into a hole underneath the Interactive Wonderland Dragon, which drops when she is walking.
The dragon retails at £54.99 however I believe it is a little cheaper currently on Amazon and Toys R Us.
The only downside I believe is if you loose the wand, the dragon looses her magical powers. When you have a jealous sister that hides the said wand, you are left with a teddy dragon, which the Baby Born doll can sit on the back off.
*We were sent the Baby Born Interactive Wonderland Dragon for the purpose of this review. All words, photos and opinions are my own.