Some of you may have read Kayla’s review of the Kawaii Karate Lottie Doll I published a few weeks back, well last week they contacted me asking if they could use Kayla’s review in their latest blog, a post about their latest charitable work. Lottie will be donating $2 from every sale of each Kawaii Karate Lottie doll on www.lottie.com to charity Action Breaks Silence, a ground breaking initiative that deliver free self-defence classes to underprivileged women and girls in India.
They also asked if I’d like to become a Lottie brand ambassdor and without hesitation I accepted because I’m genuinely passionate about the product. I love how age appropriate Lottie is, she’s very relatable for young children, recommended for kids aged 3-9. She has no make-up, heels or jewellery. She wears clothes kids would wear in real-life. She is ethnically diverse, with a range of eye, hair and skin colours. Each Lottie Doll has a backstory and she loves adventures and the outdoors and use her imagination. She’s a positive, non-gender stereotypical toy and promotes creative imagination play, a positive healthy view on body image and she encourages and empowers young children. (more…)