In this world of diverse cultures it is vital that we are inclusive.
Positive images for our children at an early age is one of the best ways of teaching appreciation, respect and love for self and others.
Dolls for Our Daughters is one such entity created to help promote those healthy visuals for our young ladies.
The uniquely dressed dolls you will find here are a representation of diversity. They are sure to delight your young lady as well as the adult doll collector.
I thank you for stopping by and invite you to visit our pages to partake of all we have to offer.
As stated above it has long been established that our children aspire to much of what they're exposed to.
I have been excited to learn that there are more manufacturers of dolls that represent our culture. Even with this milestone, there was a repetitive question asked of me, a self-taught seamstress. Can you make doll clothing similar to how we dress our children? To fulfill those requests, Dolls for Our Daughters was created.
Visit us often for updates on upcoming products.
Join Dolls for Our Daughters at the Festival of Black Dolls virtual event streaming on Facebook.
Saturday, November 7, 2020 10:00AM PST
Throughout the day there will be black doll vendors from across the country, a spoon doll workshop and more.
Guest Speaker - Bukola Somide, Author, Somi the Computer Scientist: Princess can Code, and Somi Interactive Doll.
1:00PM PST Live via Instagram
2:00PM PST Live via Facebook
Due to the increase in online shopping we suggest ordering early.
To ensure that your gift in under the tree in time for Christmas, we suggest placing your orders no later than December 10, 2020.
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