Doll Accessory: A Safe Place for Your Doll to Sleep

51Beh41KWkLToysBulletin.com reviews the new “Playpen Bed” from Adora Dolls. 

Every little mommy will want to put their babies to sleep with Adora’s new “Playpen Bed.” Carefully designed to fit Adora’s “PlayTime and ToddlerTime dolls,” this little playpen will fit easily into every little girl’s “nursery” featuring  Adora’s signature colorful flower fabric.  Easy to assemble with see-through netting, this is the perfect way for your little girl to care for her babies – just like Mommy.

The Playpen arrives in a pink nylon sack that can be carried with the over-the-shoulder strap by even the smallest child.  Just like a real life size playpen, it is also very portable, so it is perfect for taking on trips, and can even be placed in a suitcase.  The easy to follow instructions allow the bed to be assembled within minutes.  Although the unit is very sturdy and durable in construction – it is not recommended placing anything heavy in the bed as the see-through-netting may tear.   However, multiple dolls can share the bed safely without any worries.

The “Adora Promise” gives the reassurance that this playpen has been created with safety in mind.  The corners on the bed are well protected with durable plastic and the feet have been designed to keep floors from getting scratched up.  Every detail is well thought out in addition to the age appropriateness of the bed.  It is recommended for children ages 3 and up and retails for $19.99.  Adora’s “Playpen Bed” is certainly well worth the money; this is a durable accessory that every little girl will be thrilled to receive.  This is also a wonderful item to keep at Grandma’s house as it can easily be put away until the next visit.

Along with the “Playpen Bed,” Adora continues to produce quality, sturdy accessories that mimic life-size nursery items.  Check things out at Amazon.com.

–Mary Kay

 

 

 

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