Readers of my blog will know how much I love Lottie Dolls. I love what they stand for, I love the fact they have no makeup, high heels, boobs, etc and I love the dolls. They are children’s dolls based on a 9 year old girl, perfect for a child. They are role models that children can aspire to and have great themes like Pirate Lottie, Butterfly Protector Lottie, School Days Lottie and now Kite Flyer Finn. I have several of these and have my own little collection. I can’t recommend them enough.
Today is International Women’s Day and this sees the launch of Lottie Dolls #BeYou campaign. The #BeYou campaign will last the full year and will consist of activities, content and events aimed at building self-esteem and inspiring young girls to be all the can be, without limitation. Now that is my kind of event.
Why not have a look at the Lottie website which is full with messages of encouragement and confidence building. There is also a collection of women biographies showcasing the achievements of women throughout history like Marie Curie and Grace O’Malley to name a few.
Aria has been having fun over the Winter with her Lottie doll and the Super Lottie outfit.