This is the first year that my little girl has been old enough to put together a Christmas list. Shes been watching the TV adverts closely all wide eyed and excited when something she likes come on. The one thing she’d been showing a huge interest in and asking been asking for was the Interactive Wonderland Dragon by Baby Born. So imagine just how happy she was when we were kindly sent one to review.
The Baby Born Interactive Wonderland Dragon is suitable for children age 2 and up, which was noticeable from its super soft texture. Inside box is the Wonderland Interactive Dragon, a wand and a dragon egg with a adorable dragon inside. Upon unboxing the dragon, I was pleased to find that it came ready to play with as the batteries were already put in. There’s also a switch underneath to change the dragon from demo mode to on.
The Wonderland Dragon came with a easy to read set of instruction to help guide you on how to use the dragon. If you press the dragons ear then her eyes light up as well her nose (nostrils), she also makes dragon noises. Very cute.
A lovely feature of the Wonderland Dragon is the Wand. If you lightly wave the ward in front of the star on the Dragons forehead, the dragon will start to walk and flap her wings whilst making dragon noises. I was really impressed with this, as was my little girl, it was magical to watch. Once the dragon is walking to get it to stop, you just simply wave the wand in front of the star again and it stops. I was really surprised by just how responsive the dragon was to the wand.
My little girls favourite thing about the dragon was the cute little baby dragon it came with in a egg. The baby dragon can be placed inside a hole underneath the dragons tail and then you slowly lift the tale and push down on its back and the baby dragon comes back out of the dragon, still inside its egg.
Overall my little girl really loved the Wonderland Dragon by Baby Born. We’ve owned a fair few Baby Born products since she was born, however this has been her favourite so far. The Baby Born Wonderland Dragon has a RRP of £54.99 and though this may seem a little bit on the higher price side, I’d say its definitely worth it.
Disclosure: We were sent the Interactive Wonderland Dragon by Baby Born for the purpose of this review. However as always all opinions are honest and that of my own.