Looking for a different Valentines Gift? Love them with @Lottie_dolls

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Growing up, I loved playing with dolls and I loved a certain movie about a fun little girl that was the daughter of a pirate.  She was red headed ( Just like me) I love that this doll isn't like other dolls that have make up and non-realistic body proportions...   This is a great doll for open imagination play and the different themes of the dolls are sure to make kids excited to open this up! 
I think that this would be a great Valentines (or birthday) gift for a kid you know!!!
 

There is a pirate themed raft race at this year’s Branksea Regatta which starts at the pier and ends with a treasure hunt on Smugglers Cove beach. Lottie reads the tale of Grace O’ Malley, a real life pirate who lived many years ago in Ireland, and decides that Grace is going to be the inspiration for her crew. Grace’s father was a clan chieftain who taught her to sail and she eventually came to be in charge of hundreds of men and many ships and became a very powerful woman; a ‘Pirate Queen’.
Includes:
  • Brown corduroy shorts
  • Green sash
  • Orange and white striped long sleeve top with removable skull and crossbones patch
  • Pale blue waistcoat with black felt and button contrast detail
  • Cream tights
  • Pirate boots with buckle
  • Black Pirate Hat
  • A cutlass sword
  • Grace O’ Malley collector cards
Launched in August 2012, Lottie™ is a new, innovative doll for children aged 3- 9. Since her debut, Lottie has won 19 awards in the USA, Canada and UK, including 5 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Awards, generated international press coverage and been the beneficiary of positive parent and blogger reviews. Lottie is now on sale in 30 countries.
Lottie is fun and educational; an affordable, aspirational ‘pro girl’ doll.

Lottie's Key Features

  1. Child-Like Body

    Lottie’s body is based on the average proportions of a 9 year old girl, developed alongside academics in the areas of child psychology and nutrition. Lottie represents a healthy view on body image, and is a positive role model.
  2. Age Appropriate

    Lottie is all about doing many of the activities a real child her age would do, and is not concerned with growing up too quickly. Lottie doesn’t wear make-up, high-heels or jewellery.
  3. Ethnically Diverse

    Lottie dolls come in a range of diverse eye, hair and skin colours.
  4. Relatable #justlikeme

    Lottie wears the kind of clothes that kids wear in real-life, whether that is pretty party dresses, hard-wearing clothes and boots to get muddy outdoors, sportswear or fun dress-up costumes! Lottie is doing all the activities that ‘real’ kids do; be they ‘girly’ activities like ballet, or imaginary tea parties, getting muddy outdoors, being sporty and active, as well as robot- building projects, to stargazing and fossil-hunting. Imaginative dress-up play too, whether as a Queen or a pirate or superhero. Lottie represents all the positive, different facets of childhood, without limitation.
  5. Tactile Fabric and Hair

    Lottie’s hair is made from premium quality Saran, which has a wax component and a silky texture which means it does not tangle or knot. Lottie’s clothing is composed of tactile fabric, with great attention to detail, and has Velcro fastenings, easy to dress and undress.
  6. Bendable Knees

    Lottie encourages children to be active and outdoorsy, she has bendable knees, and ball socket hips and arms. Lottie’s head can move from side to side, and Lottie can do the splits, all of which help for gymnastics, karate and playing with friends.
  7. She’s 18cm tall, and can stand on her own two feet

    (always a useful life skill for all girls, big and small!)
  8. Awards

    Lottie has won 19 International awards, including 5 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Awards.
 

Comments

  1. I totally love that it's a GIRL pirate! What a great way to spur on imagination!

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  2. She's cute! What I love is that she's not coated with makeup like the Brat Dolls, and she isn't super skinny like Barbie.

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  3. Gotta love a girl pirate! So cute!

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