‘When it’s raining outside, Lottie is quick to pull on her raincoat and boots and go on a muddy adventure. Walking through Branksea’s Daffodil Fields, Lottie spots a family of ducks swimming in a murky mud puddle. She loves the sound of the squelch of her boots in the mud, and it is great fun to find the deepest, muddiest puddle and jump up and down in it. Lottie also likes puddle jumping with her friends and having a competition to see who can make the biggest splash.’
Recently the children were sent Muddy Puddles Lottie. I like the ethos behind Lottie, she’s a pro-girl doll designed using scientific expertise and consumer research to address parental concerns about negative body image and premature sexualisation. She’s based on a little girls body, with no breasts and normal sized hips. I believe the example we set our children plays a massive part in the way they view themselves and the world. She’s the kind of doll I want them to play with.
She arrived in this lovely box, dressed in a very on trend rainy day outfit. I love her raincoat and corduroy shorts/stripy tights combo. Wonder Girl is a big fan of jumping in muddy puddles and particularly likes her yellow spotty wellies. She’s the perfect size for Wonder Girls little hands, and she stands up on her own.
Wonder Girl really enjoys playing with her Lottie Dolls (she has four in total), she loves dressing them up and taking them into her make believe world of adventures. She’s a big fan of splashing about in the rain, so I’ve no doubt that Muddy Puddles Lottie and Wonder Girl will be testing those spotty wellies very soon.
Muddy Puddles Lottie retails at £16.99 and you can visit Lottie’s website to buy her and find out more about other dolls, outfits and accessories in the collection.