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Take a trip down memory lane with Tiny Tears.
The UK's most recognisable baby doll was born almost 40 years ago as the first fully-functional feeding, crying and wetting doll - and now it's become interactive!
As a first introduction to motherhood, generations of mums and grandmothers have grown up with Tiny Tears – and now your children can too. We are offering readers the chance to win one of five Classic Tiny Tears bundles.
You could win:
Classic Tiny Tears
The original feeding, crying and wetting doll. Pretty in pink, Tiny Tears comes dressed in a spotty pinafore dress and wears a headband in her shoulder length hair. As well as lots of essential accessories, including potty, bottle, pacifier, pull up knickers and hair brush.
Feed Tiny Tears and she'll cry tears and need changing, so you need to look after her. She has an all-vinyl body and limbs, jointed arms and legs and hair rooted into her head, which makes her a perfect companion for any girl aged three years and over.
Classic Tiny Tears Interactive doll
This year sees the introduction of the Classic Tiny Tears Interactive doll, which combines the traditional doll with the latest technology. Press her belly to hear her laugh, cry or say 'mamma', or feed her with her drinking bottle and listen as she makes drinking sounds. Press the button on her back and she'll cry real tears to show she needs some comforting.
When it's time for potty training, sit her down on her potty to see her 'go'. The Tiny Tears Interactive comes complete with all the accessories to get motherhood off to a good start including bottle, bib, potty and nappy. Winner in the Best New Toy Awards at London Toy Fair, Tiny Tears Interactive is perfect for any little girl.
Products available in good toy stores and online. For a list of stockists, call John Adams on 01480 414361 or visit Johnadams.co.uk.
Five lucky winners will each receive a Classic Tiny Tears and Classic Tiny Tears Interactive doll. For your chance to win, enter your details below before 10am on October 24.