My 5 year old has ever met a doll that she didn’t like. What can I say? She takes after her Mama! When I was her age, I carried a doll baby every where that I went, and Ayva is definitely following in my footsteps. As Ayva gets older, though, her preference is changing from dolls that look like babies to the type with more flavor and a backstory. I guess that’s normal in the evolution of little girls, huh? When I was offered the opportunity to check out a Beatrix Girl doll and give one away to my readers, there was no way I could say no. The dolls are perfect for a preschooler who is looking to step her doll game up to the next level.
The Beatrix Girls are entertainers in a pop band that empower young girls. Not only are they super adorable, they also have rockin’ names like Chantal, Ainsley, Lark and Brayden. Pulling Chantal out of the box, Ayva screamed. She literally screamed at how cute the doll is. Her big hazel eyes and cute smile could charm any little girl (and her Mama). There are so many details on the doll that make it extra special. From the sequined dress to the earrings and a little bracelet on her arm, those special touches are the things that make The Beatrix Girls a good choice for girls in that weird age space between Little Kid and Big Kid.
All of the dolls in The Beatrix Girls collection have their own complete bios and personalities, and The Beatrix Girls site has a lot of extras to make playing with them a more engaging experience. For example, Chantal is Canadian and speaks French. She style is 50’s with a dash of modern pieces. She plays the keyboard and is very mellow and level headed. She was my #1 pick for Ayva because of her brown skin, and her love of jewelry! All of the dolls come with a CD of The Beatrix Girls music, too!
Which doll do you think your little one would relate to the most? Check it out and let me know because one Mama Knows It All reader will win The Beatrix Girls doll of their choice! Enter to win in the easy Rafflecopter below. The contest ends on Wednesday, May 14th and is open to U.S. residents only.