Today I’ve decided to pop a little review together of Pony Club Lottie, she’s forever in my six-year-olds hand and a firm favourite of all her ten Lottie dolls. (more…)
Tag: Lottie Doll
I’ve teamed up with Arklu this week to giveaway a Muddle Puddles Lottie Doll which includes a yellow hooded raincoat with blue striped lining, rain boots, a long sleeved t-shirt, corduroy shorts and striped leggings. You can also pick one addition outfit or accessory along with your prize.
As Lottie Dolls brand ambassadors my daughter receives exclusive samples of forthcoming Lottie dolls to review regularly. It’s no secret that we are huge fan, we had loads of Lottie Dolls before this opportunity to work with them. Here are some of the reasons why we LOVE her and support her every move…
This week three new Lottie dolls arrived as part of our new role as Lottie brand ambassadors. First to be inspected by little miss was Pandora’s Box, an animal lover who volunteers at her local shelter. Next she examined Kite Flyer Finn a boy doll and an adventurous outdoorsy type. She really likes Finn because we don’t have any boy dolls apart from Princes. And finally her favourite, a pirate themed Lottie called Pirate Queen, who is inspired by reading about the life of the original ‘Pirate Queen’, Grace O’ Malley, a real-life pirate who lived in 16th century Ireland, the ’most notorious woman in all the coasts of Ireland’. (more…)
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…)