On August 31st, 1999, the Furby Babies line was introduced. Furby Babies are smaller than the original, have higher voices and cannot dance, but they switch to speaking English more quickly.
Furby Babies have a vocabulary which is larger than that of 1998 Furby by 25%. Furby Babies also have 233% more phrases than the 1998 Furbys. They have "Easter eggs" and "games" built into them. All Furby Babies have white eyelashes, and they were available in 25 different colors including one special edition. The English Furby Babies were voiced by Mary Kay Bergman in 1999 before her passing, while the Japanese Furby Babies were voiced by Taeko Kawata.
Communicating with Furby
To begin a conversation between Furby and Furby Babies, Furby must initiate the conversation. Therefore once the Furby and Furby Baby can see each other, the tummy of the Furby must be tickled or the back of the Furby petted to start the conversation, otherwise Furby and Furby Babies will not be able to communicate.
List of Furby Babies
Main article: List of Furbys
In 2005, a new version of Furby Baby was released, with most notable features being the new look and a more "baby-ish" appearance in contrast to the Emoto-Tronic Furby adult. They also have considerably fewer features than the "adult" Furby, with a very limited vocabulary and a lower level of interactivity.
On February 14, 2013, Furby Party Rockers were released. Though many fans considered these the Furby Babies of generation 3.0, virtual Furblings were confirmed afterwards.
In 2014, smaller versions of Furby Booms, called Furblings, were released. Furby Connect also has Furblings they can interact with. You still get to hatch Furby Connect Furblings like the Furby Boom. These ones have names, antennas (like the adults) and different color schemes. The bar that says its name gives out information on where its from. Furby Connect can also interact with the Furblings. They also dance in the songs that you watch with the Furby Connect.