Corolle’s new doll is ready for bathtime. Even if your kid never is.

Despite all the water play of the season, summertime means extra bathtime for my kids to wash off the grimy residue of the day’s sunscreen, sweat, and sand. To keep the kids company, long-time favorite Corolle offers plenty of dolls for the bath, and this new one is adorably suited up for some serious bathtub swimming.

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We’ve always liked Corolle, which make about the least creepy of all baby dolls. (Admit it: some are very creepy.) And since kids want to take them in the tub anyway, the new Corolle Mon Premier Bebe Bath Doll comes outfitted for snorkling in the tub with little flippers and a cute removable frog mask. As she’s still a wee babe, she’s also outfitted in water wings, though her soft, lightweight body will also float without them–pretty neat.

This baby doll can even do a little pool or salt water swimming, just as long as you give her a good rinse afterward.  Best of all, she dries out quickly, meaning there won’t be a whole lot of funk growing inside on these hot summer nights.

Another nice thing? Mon Premier Bebe Bath Doll smells deliciously sweet with Corolle’s signature vanilla scent even before her bath. Which is more than I can say about my kids. –Christina

You’ll find Corolle’s Mon Premier Bebe Bath Doll for sale at our affiliate Amazon


Senior Associate Editor Christina Refford loves homeschooling, running, cool kids’ music, and coffee. Not in that order.


  • Reply July 6, 2013

    Nanny Peta

    Bath toys are always a great idea, especially for children who are reluctant to take a bath or want to get out as quickly as they got in. We found that our children always loved bath time and we attribute this partly to the fact that there were things they could play with while taking a bath that they couldn’t play with anywhere else. We dont have Corelle type dolls, but we do have all kinds of “creepy” looking things which float and keep the children entertained.

  • Reply July 7, 2013


    I don’t know — this kind of falls into the creepy category. It’s a baby that snorkels. If it can snorkel, why does it need water wings? So maybe not creepy, but at least illogical…

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    Reply July 7, 2013

    Cool Mom Picks

    You’ve never snorkled with a life vest, floating at the top of the water? I have. Uh…a few years ago. (Hey! It was choppy!) -Liz

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