Jack & Jill Set: One ea. 12" Doll Outfits, for Non-gendered Baby Dolls
If you're fine with how society stereotypes children's play - dolls for girls, trucks for boys, then you need to do nothing. But if not, then around 18- 24 months is when you can start to introduce and encourage non-gendered play.
Almost all cloth bodied baby dolls come dressed in stereotypical pink or blue baby clothes. But take them out of that initial outfit and they are non-gendered.
Jack and Jill Sets help your children imagine new and different kinds of stories for themselves and their dolls because they add gender flexibility to those stories. If your daughter's best friend is a boy, then having a boy outfit for her doll lets her make up different types of stories and adventures for her and her doll, not limited to the original out of the box 'gender!'
- This sale is for Qty 2, 12" Doll Outfits, Dolls are not included.
- Doll pictured is an Adora 12' baby doll. Outfits also fit Corolle, Miniland, Gotz, Madame Alexander and most other manufacturer's 12 to 13 inch cloth bodied dolls.
- Matching sets include 6 pieces total.
- Age recommendations: 18 months to 3 years supervised play.
- Just like you help your children to get dressed, so should you help them dress their dolls.
- Not only does having extra clothes for their dolls encourage imagination building, so does it also encourage cleanliness and clothes care.
- 3 to 6 years unsupervised doll play.
WARNING! Choking hazard: May contain small parts, not for children under 3 years.