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Finally: A Refreshing Alternative to the Barbie Doll

One man has made it his mission to make a fashion doll with more realistic proportions to promote a healthier body image in young children. Would you buy this doll for your kids?
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KHALIA2 8/7/2018 11:18:47 AM
I would love to have one for my granddaughter. Report
KHALIA2 6/7/2018 9:28:37 AM
An excellent idea and production! Thank you for this one. Report
MONTERA 1/13/2018 5:56:59 PM
Great job on changing the size. Now, can we get one without a ton of makeup? Why not teach girls that their natural beauty is perfect? Report
CKOUDSI617 1/12/2018 2:12:48 PM
I would love to own a Lammily doll! Report
DIANE7786 8/31/2017 9:46:00 PM
My mom wouldn’t let me have a Barbie because of her unrealistic proportions. “No one looks like that!” It didn’t make sense to me. I knew my Teddy Bear wasn’t a real bear. Although I loved my dolls I never thought they looked like real people.

Lucky for me Tammy was new on the market. Her smaller bust and wider waist were acceptable. The surprise was Barbie clothes fit. Like Barbie you could buy Tammy clothes (less expensive!). I liked Tammy better than Barbie because her face looked friendlier.

Tammy was manufactured by Ideal Toy Company from 1962-1967. At the time Ideal was the largest doll manufacturer. Money to produce Tammy wasn’t an issue. She wasn’t a big seller. Barbie has been a best seller for the past 56 years.

I hope Lammily is a huge success.
KYDREAMER1 8/29/2017 8:40:27 PM
Great idea. And an idea that is timely. Report
VIRGINIAGIRL 8/29/2017 11:18:22 AM
I have never been a Barbie fan, but I would proudly buy one of these for every little girl (or boy who wanted one) I know! Report
ORTATK 8/29/2017 9:16:21 AM
I love this idea. The dolls are beautiful and an alternative to Barbie would be nice. But, I must say I was probably the first generation to have Barbie. I had the car and home and made cloths. I was also a chubby kid. I never thought that I needed to look like her. No one I knew looked like her. I was surrounded by confident, strong women who looked like me. We must remember that it is the people who surround children that need to help form the image of a woman, not a doll Report
MARIANAD2 4/21/2016 1:28:58 PM
Go on Shark Tank to get the money you need! Report
BIGTOSS03 4/21/2016 9:20:59 AM
I have to admit that it isn't a doll I'd purchase for my girls either. While I agree that the doll is more realistic it isn't the image I want them to have. I encourage them to strive to be the best that they want to be. Report
SWEETLINDA2 3/2/2016 5:50:17 AM
Average is beautiful and it's nice to see it finally being portrayed in a positive light. Report
PURPLEGIRL22 10/1/2015 7:47:08 AM
I am all behind this. I hear my nieces bemoan their bodies and constantly comparing them to airbrushed images. If they had this doll when they were younger, I think it would have helped. I have a little girl now and I would buy her 10 of these if I could. Report
JEFFGIRL 10/1/2015 6:40:25 AM
I happen to be a huge Barbie fan-I used to make clothes for her that I sold on eBay-most to grown women! That said, I would buy my daughter one of each. Report
BETHSNOW61 7/1/2015 11:12:35 PM
I played with trucks! I'm 6'1" and have been taller than every other girl I've known. I was teased about my height, saying I was a 6 foot tall Barbie doll..it's not a doll I would get for anyone. Good idea though. Report
GANYMEDEELEGY 4/10/2015 6:01:26 PM
Does anyone know where to go to back this project? Report