We’ve teamed up with Talk to Mums to offer one lucky In The Playroom reader the chance to win a lifelike Baby Annabell doll for their child.

Baby Annabell comes with loads of accessories – a romper suit and hat, 1 bib, 1 bottle, 1 dummy, 1 nappy and a locket – and is really interactive with lots of functions just like a real baby, including crying and wetting her nappy!


We were sent our own Baby Annabell to try out too, which is perfect timing as we have our own real baby girl on the way next month – so it’s time for the kids to get in some practice with Baby Annabell!


She’s a really lifelike size for them to hold, and if my youngest wants to get involved while I’m feeding or changing his real baby sister he’ll be able to do the same things with our Baby Annabell doll. It’s a really well made and decent quality doll, with attention to detail and cute features.


All of the accessories included are lovely – I really like the floral patterned bib! Meanwhile R likes the bottle and dummy best, as they’re quite interactive – you can give them to Baby Annabell and see her react.


See more about the Baby Annabell doll here

Talk to Mums

As I mentioned, this prize was kindly supplied by Talk to Mums. If you haven’t come across them before, Talk to Mums are a ‘for mums, by mums’ company that helps spread the word about great new products. You can sign up for free to become a Mumbassador, which gives you the opportunity to try the latest products and even get paid to distribute them. I’ve taken part in one their Mumbassador campaigns before, handing out Kettle Bites crisps to local mums, and of course trying them out with my family too!

I’m looking forward to see what campaigns they bring out next!

To find out more about how to get involved, pop over to their website – and do sign up to the newsletter while you’re there, to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the opportunities that come along.


For your chance to be the lucky winner of the Baby Annabell doll, thanks to Talk to Mums, enter via the Gleam widget below

Baby Annabell

Good luck!