As a blogger, I am always envious of the amazing festivals which I read about over the Summer on other blogs. Every year I tell myself that we will invest in a pop up tent, a few pairs of ear defenders, and take our children to a festival, and every year the Summer holidays pass by in a blur and we never actually get around to it. So when we were asked to review Storm E Sky, the latest Lalaloopsy doll, it was the perfect excuse to have a music festival of our own in the back garden!
For those who are unfamiliar with Lalaloopsy, they are the most amazing range of dolls which were once rag dolls but magically came to life when their last stitch was sewn. Cute and wholesome, Lalaloopsy offers children a whimsical world of characters with unique personalities drawn from the fabric used to sew them, and aims to teach children, via the toy line and accompanying Netflix episodes, that everyone is unique with all different personalities and styles.
Storm E Sky comes with the cutest little cat, Cool Cat, along with a hair brush. She’s a bit of a rebel, sometimes a little misunderstood, but loves to practice guitar and rock out with friends.
Storm E Sky is part of a new range of Lalaloopsy dolls just launched which, for the first time, have real hair. My girls have had Lalaloopsy dolls previously and been disappointed that they didn’t have hair to brush, so this was something they were both really excited about!
With Storm E Sky being a bit of a rock chick, and very much into her music and festivals, Eva was very excited about getting dressed up for our own music festival, complete with a matching outfit to her doll, a floral head band and glitter. Lots of glitter.
Eva was over the moon to have her star guest, Storm E Sky, at our festival and couldn’t wait to get her outside and dancing to the music! Luckily for us, Megan and Harry were more than happy to provide the entertainment!
I love that the doll is such a good size, over 30cm tall, are and how every Lalaloopsy doll comes with a different name, personality and style. I love the ethos behind Lalaloopsy and the idea of encouraging our children to be their own person, a really important quality to instil in our children from a young age.
We had such a great time at our back garden festival with Storm E Sky and hopefully next Summer we will finally get to take her to a real festival!