32 thoughts on “Time to Get Real

  1. Deborah says:

    I bought two for the Lammily dolls.One for me and the other for my granddaughter Lilly. She loves her .She namned hers Daisy. So I named my doll Lilly .Because she looks like my granddaughter. So yesterday my other granddaughter Mary saw the doll. So I odered her one for her birthday in Feb 14 .And I ordered two of the body marks. My other granddaughters want the dolls for there birthdays.So I will be ordereding more dolls. I do have 7 granddaughters. You made buying my girls birthday gifts easy this year. I hope you will have a bathing suite ,and accessories for the dolls. A case to put her in with her clothes would be nice.And waiting for the dolls was worth the wait .Thank you.

  2. Tabitha says:

    It will be nice for her to meet new friends/dolls to join her on trips and maybe a guy to watch over them. Looking forward to what is to come.

  3. Tabitha says:

    I just got my doll today. Her name is Maggie Davis. She just bought an outfit for London. I am so excited for her> I hope she remembers her mom while there>

  4. Caley Gartee says:

    Just got our Lamily doll! We named her Monica after my aunt that died when I was a child. I love this doll and can’t wait to order some outfits for her! I think I will buy a second doll as well so my daughter and I can play with them together! I would love if there were boy dolls as well, as my son already wants one! Really looking forward to the continuation of this line!

  5. cheneylisad says:

    These dolls could easily fit in with Barbie dolls. I say there is room for ALL dolls. 🙂

    P.S I CAN’T wait for you to expand the line 🙂

  6. Stephanie says:

    What a great idea! I can’t wait to order once more options become available (ie: various skin colors, hair colors and facial features). It would be great to include girls with short hair and even girls with physical disabilities! What a wonderful beginning to offering more inclusive, healthy and positive mirrors for our children. There is so much potential here.

  7. Cathy Garcia says:

    OMGosh! This doll is adorable. Finally, a realistic doll. I agree with the other people above that you must add dolls with other eye and hair colors, and other hair textures, skin tones, etc. I buy toys for boys and girls every year for Christmas and donate them to charity. This will now be my go to doll. Can’t wait to be able to donate a doll with her own change of clothes and marks next year. Oh, how I wish the clothes and marks were ready now!

  8. Becca says:

    As a child, I loved playing with the Barbie dolls, but seeing the new Lammily doll makes me want to play with dolls again! She’s so life-like, and I love that her arms and legs bend. Always wanted a doll like this! Super excited for children to have such an awesome new toy!

  9. Ann McB says:

    When do you anticipate having Lammily dolls in other skin tones available? My credit card is standing by, ready for that moment!

  10. Mandy says:

    Wow! Just found it out, looks great and I love that the doll can actually bend her arms and legs and it shows a real woman figure, being a brunette myself I also love the choice for a brunette and not the typical perfect but unrealistic blue-eyed blond that reminds me of the Stepford wives 😉 Are the dolls available in Europe?

  11. Brooke says:

    I love you for doing this! I’ve been wondering how to avoid barbie as my lil one gets older. You have brought the answer. Thank you for supporting acceptance and healthy body image. This is a game changer. You rock!

  12. Susan GK says:

    I’m a doll collector and I had to order Lammily. I think she is beautiful and a wonderful creation. Good luck to you!

  13. Ella says:

    Lammily is a great idea, I love that kids will feel they don’t have to be expected to be as skinny a a barbie doll, that it is okay to be themselves, and imperfections just make you more unique. You should bring out more dolls varying in height weight hair and skin colour, to reinforce the message that everyone is different and everyone is amazing in their own ways. It’s a shame it couldn’t have happened sooner. Good luck Lammily!

  14. Todd Schlossberg says:

    Are you planning to make versions with darker skin colors and different facial features? In the video taken at the elementary school, when the little African-American said that the doll “looks like my sister” my heart broke. The ‘Lammily’ doll is a wonderful thing and a big first step, but If you could make accompanying dolls that truly look like and reflect our children, and that genuinely celebrate our diversity, that would be a very beautiful thing.

  15. Gina says:

    Well it’s about time ..Finally a doll that looks like mommy and other female family members. What an encouraging role model to let the little ones girls and boys alike… to reminded them that it’s ok to look like you do. kudos to LAMMILY.

  16. Suzanne says:

    I love this Lammily doll! I saw a news article online and just the picture alone made me click through She is a bebeutifule doll! If she were a real person the way i would describe her looks is really friendly, kind and outgoing. I have always had the impression that Barbie looked like a person who is “trying” to be happy but is realy insecure.. A side note that this video reminded me of is that my friends kids who have Barbie and similar dolls usually tell me they wish the doll had some painted on undergarments, to quote one of them “if I don’t get naked in front of everyone why would my doll?” One of the 7 year olds used markers to put bathing suits on her dolls so her brothers would be able to play with them too because “they shouldn’t see naked girls”. Kids are amazing when it comes to reason. So maybe try out a future edition of the Lammily doll with permanent undergarments or swimsuits?

  17. Haabiba says:

    I have always been a huge fan of Barbie dolls and imaginative play. I’m 40 and I still buy them and move them in to my dollhouse. I would love to see Lammily in other ethnicities, complexions and hair textures. This dolls is simply gorgeous. Thank you for your vision and persistence!


  18. Laura says:

    Im so excited: my 6 year old may actually grow up in a time where she gets to see things as they really are and not have a false sense of some crazy ideal she will never live up to. Yeah! thank you for all your work in getting this out. We can make a change.

  19. Michele says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this doll. Thank you so much for your work and making it happen.

    The headline to this post is an unfortunate juxtaposition of words. SOOO Excited to get “real” and celebrate the first “non-enhanced” doll but thanks for the “editing” and “photoshop” work? Sure there’s a more ideal way to express your sentiments on this point!

  20. Laurie says:

    Thank you for creating Lammily . I believe she conveys the message that to be healthy and happy IS beautiful.

  21. Heidi Dozier says:

    Wow there are so many things that are absolutely wonderful about this doll.I would love to be able to get this doll for my four year old daughter.When I was growing up I had alot of problems with my self image .One thing was that I thought I had to look perfect.Skinny body , bleached blonde hair ,makeup.I coouldnt even walk out my house without makeup on my face because I had bad acne.I want to get my daughter this doll to show her that iys ok to be imperfect.We are all human not plastic dolls that look perfect.Where can I buy this doll ?? I want to give her one for Christmas.

  22. Melva Ware says:

    Please make a Lammily doll with shorter hair that is curly. This is a wonderful product and I want to buy her for all the little girls that I know. Most of them are little brown girls with curly hair. Lammily would look great with hair pulled up into a bun of curls that could be released from the rubber band and styled by the little girls. See the Doc McStuffin character’s hair as the example.

  23. Matt Ferry says:

    She’s beautiful! When my daughter is ready for a grown-up doll, this will be the one. Great work.


  24. Anita Smothers says:

    I like that someone has finally come out with a doll that looks like a real person. Not the skinny little Barbie that is always being sold. I would much rather have my child or grandchild to have something that finally looks real and not the usual stereo type that is always portrayed. We as women have always wanted someone to come up with a doll like this for a very long time. Thank you for doing so. Not all of us are skinny women and our girls need to see that so they can feel more comfortable with them selves as a person & young girl or woman as they get older.
    Again thank you .

  25. Kim says:

    I just ordered the Lammily doll for my daughter thinking I would skip the body blemish kit. But in my daughter’s words, “That’s so cool. It’s like un-photo-shopping. Instead of taking spots off you can put them on!” Wow, thanks for a doll that so resonates with her awareness of the unrealistic beauty messages around her!

  26. Crystal Ferrer says:

    I would just like to say that I have suffered from anorexia for years and just looking at other dolls really aggravate me but when I saw this one I was crying that someone finally decided to reinforce the idea that average is beautiful. I’ll be fifteen in 5 days and you bet this is something I’ll get with my saved up money.

    I would like to thank the gentleman who started this project. It means a lot to me and I’m sure it means lots to all the other teens and children out there who feel the same. -Crystal

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