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Summer has flown by for us, it has been a wonderful one though and I have loved every moment. Tomorrow is the start of a new year though and we are pretty much prepared. The bags are packed, the uniforms are pressed and the PE kit ready to go. What I also have is this little lady waiting for her when she gets home tomorrow.
INTRODUCING KINDI KIDS
Kindi Kids are designed to join our children on their journey through school. Set to encourage discovery and imaginative play, they are there to allow children to enjoy play in settings that are familiar to them. They are filled with fun though with wobbling heads and sparkling eyes, and bold beautiful colours.
SO, SAY HELLO TO MARSHA MELLO
Cute right? In the range is also Donatina, Jessicake and Peppa-Mint. Each doll comes with snacks to keep your Kindi’s happy. In our case Marsha Mello comes with cake and a babychino. Honestly, this doll is more on trend than I ever will be. Especially with that rainbow hair, changeable clothes and removable shoes.
And the added bonus, perfect for any child of the digital generation? They even have their own YouTube channel
You can even grow your Kindi world through food themed accessories such as the kitty petkin supermarket, refrigerator and shopping trolley. We were sent both the supermarket and the trolley to take a closer look at and I have to admit they look pretty adorable.
WHAT WE THINK
Play is at the centre of this brand as their four cornerstones revolve around friendship, discovery, humour and imagination. I love this, as these are the concepts which will follow the Bear through her time at school. The fact that Kindi Kids represent this is such a bold and beautiful way I think is wonderful.
And that’s exactly what they seem to be. Bright, beautiful and filled with fun, I love how age appropriate these dolls are. They provide a layer of fun established on scenarios which are familiar. Small world play, full of colour and designed to spark small imaginations.
DISCLAIMER: we were sent a Kindi Kids doll and accessories to be able to complete this review. However – as always – all thoughts and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the posts which make this blog possible.