One thing we don’t need around here is another doll. We are buried in baby dolls, stuffed animals and the like. In fact we just donated an entire bag to charity and I’m sure we have even more to spare. Despite this fact, when I asked Emma if she wanted another doll, the answer was YES! Oh joy.
Luckily the dolls that are part of The Beatrix Girls collection are not just your average doll. While I love that my daughter is nurturing and loves to play mommy and such, I do want to expand her horizons and show her that she can be anything, anyone she wants to be in life. An artist, an entrepreneur, a mom – whatever kind of rockstar she wants to be.
The Beatrix Girls are comprised of these band members: Brayden, Ainsley, Lark and Chantal. They live and interact in the human world—producing real music, real hits, and real fans. When asked which doll appealed to her most, Emma chose Lark. To look at her, she is stunning. At 12″ tall, she has beautiful bright red hair and bold green eyes. But she’s more than a pretty face. She’s a talented guitarist, and she also comes with a bass guitar and stand.
Here’s how Lark introduces herself: ”I play bass for the Beatrix Girls. I’m often referred to as the rocker chick of the band – a little bit grungy, a little bit punk. I like the combo of combat boots and ripped leggings with a frilly skirt. My fiery hair matches my temperament – and my talent earned me a spot with this awesome pop band. I wear a lot of black with just a touch of color, because – seriously – with this hair, who needs color?”
The Beatrix Girls collection of dolls, which is recommended for ages 5+, retails for $24.99 each at Toys “R” Us stores, Walmart, Amazon and select Justice stores for $24.99 with instrument and stand.