Close your eyes and think about when you were a little girl or boy. What does your favorite memory include? Is it something you did with your friend? Was it something fun? I know several of my childhood memories involved my friends and were fun. Friendship and Fun is an important part of childhood. Help encourage these values with the Kimmidoll Junior Collection.
Kimmidoll Junior Collection’s are a range of products that are meant to promote the importance of fun and friendships. The collection consist of resin dolls, key-chains lock-up journals, coin banks and purses, and much more. I had the chance to try play with a doll and notebook & pen set. My daughter loved both equally. The thing I loved most was the doll itself. It was very sturdy and well made. The art work on the doll was very cute!! It came with a little story about the doll. We received Leila. Leila was born on April 8, 2003. She wants to be a Zookeeper. And she loves polka dots cuddles, summer, being cheeky and laughing with friends until her tummy hurts. It seemed when I read this information to Zoey that it brought the doll to life to her. She is always carrying Leila around with her. It fits in her purse so Leila even goes on the road with us. Another thing that fits in the purse is the mini notebook and pen. Zoey proudly informed me one day that the notebook was for writing about all the fun her and Leila had together.
My overall opinion of the Kmmidoll Junior Collection is that it’s a great way to encourage friendship and fun. The products are sturdy and cute. The information that came with the doll brought the doll to life for the children. They were able to go on an adventure together and have a little fun. Wouldn’t it be great to be a kid again?
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