With so many dolls on the market, it really is hard to distinguish which are appropriate roll models when it comes to our children. In our family, both my boys fully enjoyed playing with dolls and the imaginative play that goes along with having them. I did however notice that a lot of the tinier dolls appear very ‘mature’ and sometimes unrealistic in terms of clothing, makeup and body proportions. That’s why I was thrilled to receive the Lottie dolls for review and to giveaway to one of my fans.
Lottie dolls are made to resemble real life children – they are dressed in colourful clothing, do not have makeup on their faces and really do look like regular children on the playground. Their proportions are also taken from real-life children of the age of 9 so that children can find them not only adorable but realistic too. I also love the fact that there are a few boy dolls and various ethnicity available. These dolls are just what the market needs to raise strong and confident children.
Lottie’s rules: Be bold, be brave, be you!
Finn: The Boy Doll
A doll that parents of young boys have been crying out for! Finn has been designed as a playtime buddy that boys can relate to. He looks like a boy, with a realistic, healthy childlike body shape, and promotes wholesome play values too; no guns or violence in sight.
Dressed in her vintage-style jacket and glasses, Lottie heads over to the Victorian Bandstand to listen to live music performances. It’s fun to listen to new bands and musicians, discover different types of music, and let loose and dance. Lottie isn’t the greatest dancer, but she’s happy to do her own thing, and isn’t scared to march to the beat of her own drum, and be herself. After a day of music and laughter, Lottie heads home with a spring in her step.
**Open To Residents of Canada**