No other doll has sparked as much conversation as Barbie.

But maybe kids don’t see Barbie the way adults do? We are excited to begin this #BarbieProject journey and invite you to share what you see, hear and feel when you watch your kids play with Barbie.

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Playing with Barbies… 25 Years Later #BarbieProject | Sassy Mama in LA
"My daughter got her first Barbie as a gift from my sister. She was a ballerina, and my daughter fell instantly in love. I saw her eyes light up and her imagination started kicking into overdrive." Read what Yolanda of Sassy Mama in L.A. learned from playtime with her daughter in her family’s #BarbieProject story: http://dolltasti.cc/1lgujeP

Playing with Barbies… 25 Years Later #BarbieProject | Sassy Mama in LA

"My daughter got her first Barbie as a gift from my sister. She was a ballerina, and my daughter fell instantly in love. I saw her eyes light up and her imagination started kicking into overdrive." Read what Yolanda of Sassy Mama in L.A. learned from playtime with her daughter in her family’s #BarbieProject story: http://dolltasti.cc/1lgujeP

"Whenever we ask our daughter, what she wants to be when she grows up, she always tell ”I want to be a teacher”. We try to convince her ”you dont want to become a doctor, or engineer or an artist like Barbie”, but she insists “No mommy, I want to be a teacher!”.
One time when she was left on her playroom alone, when I take a look on what she’s doing, I was amaze that she lined-up all her Barbie dolls, sitting, as if it’s in a classroom, teaching them ABC.”Wow, she really wants to be a teacher.” These Barbie dolls really makes each and everyone’s daughters widened their imagination, or perhaps practice what would be their future professions. Thanks Barbie.” - Michelle A.

"Whenever we ask our daughter, what she wants to be when she grows up, she always tell ”I want to be a teacher”. We try to convince her ”you dont want to become a doctor, or engineer or an artist like Barbie”, but she insists “No mommy, I want to be a teacher!”.

One time when she was left on her playroom alone, when I take a look on what she’s doing, I was amaze that she lined-up all her Barbie dolls, sitting, as if it’s in a classroom, teaching them ABC.”Wow, she really wants to be a teacher.” These Barbie dolls really makes each and everyone’s daughters widened their imagination, or perhaps practice what would be their future professions. Thanks Barbie.” - Michelle A.

Amelia and I Embark on a Journey: The Barbie Project | Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies Blog 
Meet Melissa from Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies, the Brave Girls Alliance, and her book “Redefining Girly.” She’s sharing her #BarbieProject stories. She’s a mom passionate about preserving childhood and encouraging kids to play! Her daughter dreams of mermaids, oceanography, and adventures. What does your daughter dream about? 

Amelia and I Embark on a Journey: The Barbie Project | Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies Blog 

Meet Melissa from Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies, the Brave Girls Alliance, and her book “Redefining Girly.” She’s sharing her #BarbieProject stories. She’s a mom passionate about preserving childhood and encouraging kids to play! Her daughter dreams of mermaids, oceanography, and adventures. What does your daughter dream about? 

Why I Am Participating in the Barbie Project | Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies Blog 
Through my work with Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies, the Brave Girls Alliance, and my book “Redefining Girly” I am committed to two things: honoring childhood through the value of quality play and media, and creating meaningful change.
I feel The Barbie Project gives me this opportunity. This project brings together a diverse group of mom bloggers from the United States and Canada to share what we learn from our daughters. 

Why I Am Participating in the Barbie Project | Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies Blog 

Through my work with Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies, the Brave Girls Alliance, and my book “Redefining Girly” I am committed to two things: honoring childhood through the value of quality play and media, and creating meaningful change.

I feel The Barbie Project gives me this opportunity. This project brings together a diverse group of mom bloggers from the United States and Canada to share what we learn from our daughters.