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Boxy Girls Dolls + Fashion Pack | Review

22.2.19

If you have a little girl (or even a little boy for that matter) then you'll no doubt be aware of the current 'unboxing' craze of toys at the moment. Both of my older two love nothing more than a surprise toy - especially as they come with the excitement of a brand new toy, and lots of secrets to unwrap and discover!

We were recently sent a package from Boxy Girls, which are a brand new fashion doll brand. The Boxy Girls love shopping online, where they collect clothes, make-up, shoes and lots of other accessories. There are four different dolls (£17.99 each) to collect, and each come with 4 specially designed delivery packages to unwrap.




We received the Nomi and Willa dolls, as well as a Boxy Girls fashion pack - These are available to buy separately and include SIX delivery boxes full of luxury fashion surprises, including clothes, shoes, and makeup.

As I expected, the surprise packages were the highlight of the Boxy Girls dolls. The cardboard box the dolls are packaged in even features an easy 'zip' opening, so they are easy to get into (although the dolls themselves will require scissors to remove). The Littles were far too excited by the packages to worry about anything else though, and they quickly started unwrapping and discovering what was inside.





The packages are well designed, and really make you believe that they are from an online delivery. From the items themselves, to the added packaging material and little 'thank you for your purchase card', they really did think of everything! But saying that, as lovely as they are, once the 4 boxes were opened the dolls did kind of loose their surprise element, which is what the Littles seemed to enjoy most. And while you can buy the fashion packs separately, at £9.99 for 6 boxes I'm not sure this is something we could afford to buy regularly.

The dolls themselves are lovely though, and the Littles have enjoyed role playing and using the accessories we received with them. The dolls are fully jointed so are easy to pose, and most of the items mix and match giving you a few different options for your Boxy Girl Dolls (although we only received one outfit out of all of the boxes, so that was a bit of a shame). Season 2 is soon to be released though, so hopefully there is more chance of collecting different accessories then.



The Boxy Girls dolls are aimed at children aged 6+, and are available to buy from Amazon and all good retailers. You can also visit the Boxy Girls website, where your little ones can join Club Boxy Girls for news and more fun!

We received these items in exchange for our review. All opinions are honest and my own.

The Siblings Project | February 2019

21.2.19


I had grand plans of taking pictures of my trio somewhere out and about this month. But with our weeks (and weekends) being so busy lately, I just didn't manage it. It's half term this time week though so with all three at home, I thought it was perfect timing to snap a few pictures of my little siblings crew. I took similar pictures last year when Lilah was just a few weeks old, so it's lovely to see how much she's grown already. From a teeny squishy newborn, to a proper little girl - with the sassiest attitude and cheeky personality to go with it!

Half term has given my three a chance to regroup and enjoy some quality time together again. Despite being half way through the school year now, I still don't think Parker understands that Indie is at school every day. When he's at home with me, he's always asking when we can go and get her and why she has to go every day. Lilah on the other hand absolutely loves the peace and quiet on school and preschool days - she gets full reign of toys and has me all to herself (so I can read her every book we own over and over again..). But she does love when they're home, as they give her allll the cuddles and kisses!