Corolle Potty Doll - Emma for Girls

Corolle Potty Doll - Emma for Girls
Corolle Potty Doll - Emma for Girls Corolle Potty Doll - Emma for Girls
List Price: $65.95 Our Price: $54.95 Sale: $46.95 You Save: $19.00 (29%)

This potty doll by Corolle is named Emma.  She is 14" tall, had blue eyes that blink and her face is hand painted.  She is wearing a tee shirt and some panties.  She has a wonderful vanilla scent.

Emma is a drink and wet-on-demand potty training doll.  She drinks the water and hold it in her.  She will go potty when you are ready to have her go potty. 

She is also a great play doll.  Not only can your child make her drink water and make her go potty, but she can take Emma into the bath with her.  When Emma lays down, she closes her eyes to go to sleep!

Emma by Corolle comes with the following accessories:

  • A pink potty chair
  • A bottle to feed her
  • A pacifier with a pink ribbon tied around it

Terri Crane who authored the book Potty Train Your Child in Just One Day recommends using the Corolle potty training dolls - Emma for Girls and Paul for Boys.  Also see ALL the Potty Training in One Day Books and DVDs that we offer on our site.

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Product Specifications

UPC 027084905465
Color Pink , Black
Brand Corolle
Product Type Potty Dolls
Gender Female
Ethnicity White / Caucasian
Potty Doll Features Drink and Wet , Wet on Demand , Doll Potty Included , Wearing Diapers

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Leaky Baby (Aug 08, 2011) Reviewer: Rebecca I find it hard to get the water down the babies mouth and then i find there is water everywhere. I was trying to teach my child to feel her diaper to see what staying dry means and every time she felt the baby was wet from leakage.
Difficult for a child to use (Nov 24, 2008) Reviewer: Christian I bought this doll for my 21 month old daughter who is a doll fanatic, so logic suggested a doll that went potty would help motivate her. When we got the doll, we were so excited...that was until we tried to use it. The amount of pressure you need to apply to squeeze the bottle was almost laughable. I would squeeze the bottle as hard as I could and only a few drips of water would go into Emily's belly, most likely because the tube leading to her belly was kinked. I can not resolve the issue. Pretty disappointing that the "potty doll" can't drink enough to go potty, but since she is a doll, my daughter loves her anyway and pretends she's going potty. I'm more disappointed than my 1 1/2 year old because I know what I paid for!