The fun way to explain the menstrual cycle to kids.
Check out “Da Period Talk” video which shows why Period Party can help be part of the conversation.
On average, a woman between the ages of 12 and 51 spends a total of 6 years on her menstrual period.
Yet, while being a huge part of female life, this perfectly healthy natural process is still surrounded with taboos.
Let’s start an open and positive conversation about our periods.
1 educational pamphlet
1 pair of panties, fits Lammily doll
15 reusable colored pads and liners stickers
1 calendar & dot stickers (calendar is from 2015/2016)
Lammily Doll NOT included
“Parenting expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa thinks Lammily’s pads are a “fantastic” idea.” – Today
“To start teaching girls, who are playing with dolls, about their reproductive health, their menstrual cycle, their periods, is something that we need so desperately, not only as a mom, but as a gynecologist.” – CBS’s The Doctors
“The Period Party is all about helping everyone feel more comfortable talking about — and experiencing — a totally normal part of life.” – Upworthy
“While it’s a little funny at first to see doll-sized pads in a period party pack, it’s hard for me to argue with Nickolay’s reasoning. Menstruation is a real, unavoidable part of not just a woman’s life but a young girl’s life, and I can’t see any harm in helping foster conversation about how bodies really work.” – BabyCenter
With women (and even male allies) beginning to fight back against period shaming they experience in their daily lives — such as Instagram banning period blood for instance — Lammily’s Period Party could not have started at a better time. These women have had to fight back later in life, but imagine a world where girls grow up never knowing what it feels like to be embarrassed about their bodies. – A Plus
“If half the planet is going through this, why is it that it’s seen as something you should hide?! Hopefully this next generation of women who are learning about their periods with this doll won’t feel the need to shamefully hide their tampons on the way to the office bathroom. Nay, this next generation will tuck that tampon behind their ear and strut through the halls to the bathroom!” – E Online
Warning: Choking hazard. Not for children under 3 years old.