With the repeat mode, the doll will record what kids say, and then plays it back in a funny voice. All kids have to do is press the doll’s ear, say whatever they want, and then press the tummy for her to repeat it. Kids can add even more laughs when they tilt the doll left and right while she speaks. Now listen as her voice changes from extremely deep to extremely high-pitched (I’m talking balloon helium-high-pitched).
Another thing that you should know about Brightlings is that they’ve got the rhythm in them. In music mode the plush doll will sing songs in six different styles including pop, rock, jazz, beat box, yodel, and opera. Now, that is one sophisticated chick.
Spin Master bridges old and new with Brightlings plush dolls. They’re cute and cuddly, but full of personality through all the features that each doll possesses.
Stephanie Grassullo is an associate editor at Adventure Publishing Group. In addition to handling toy and licensing news and updates for The Toy Book and The Licensing Book, Stephanie also writes toy reviews and commentaries for the Toy Insider.
When she’s not binge-watching old episodes of Gossip Girl, Stephanie is always game for Boggle tournaments—she’s the titleholder Boggle champion in her family, and proud of it!
Stephanie firmly believes that there is no awkward moment that can’t be remedied with the help of Bop It. To get to know her better, follow her on Twitter @steph_grass.
What do you think about Brightlings Are Plush BFFs with a Touch of Tech?
WELCOME TO THE TOY INSIDER! There is nothing like watching your little one unwrap the one toy they've been wishing for all season—and we're here to help you find the perfect toy to bring a smile to your kid's face!
Adults love toys too! For everything you need to know about pop culture and all things geek, check out our sister site
Connect With Us
Need to reach us?
For general questions, please contact:
The Toy Insider, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services, LLC Associates Program,an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
The Toy Insider is an editorial site that receives free samples from manufacturers, but all editorial opinions are their own. The Toy Insider also accepts consideration from manufacturers, which is clearly marked as sponsored content.