Our daughter is starting to love playing, playing with her toys, and her dolls, and I can already see her imagination forming. Sometimes I wonder what she is thinking? Lottie dolls do just that, they inspire children, creating of hours play, which is really important for your child’s development. So, when we were asked if we would like to review Lottie Dolls, we said yes.
The full Lottie Doll range is based on real life characters; Lottie and Finn, and friends, and they are all inspired by real children. Each doll is so aspirational, and could be what your child wants to be when they are older and includes an arty doll, a wildlife photographer doll, a junior reporter doll, a brownie doll and a lighthouse keep doll, plus many more.
We chose the Branksea Festival Lottie Doll. As a parent who loves going to a festival, but is unable to with the little one, I thought why not bring the festival to our house. When the doll arrived our little one was so excited to get it out of its box. I was really impressed, the quality is excellent and her hair is long and silky smooth. I must admit I was a little jealous of her fur gilet. The doll also came with a few accessories including a festival hair band and hand bag. It was exciting having a make believe festival in our living room, with our little one jumping around to music in the background.
We also selected the Scooter Set so that Lottie can get around the festival on her scooter. At the moment we are trying to teach our daughter to use her scooter, and I thought showing her how a doll would use it, may help her to. The scooter set comes with the scooter, a helmet for Lottie, ramp and decorative accessories.
My daughter and I have loved playing with our Lottie Doll set together. As she gets older and understands the concept of play more, I’m sure that she’ll be playing with her Lottie Doll, making her scoot along the floor.
We are really impressed with the range and would definitely consider purchasing a friend for Lottie. The dolls start from £18.99, and the accessories start from £9.50, which you can find on their website. To see more of Lottie in action then take a nose at their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.
N.B: I was gifted the Branksea Festival Lottie Doll and Scooter Set in exchange for this review.