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Viviana, Valentina’s sister plays her guitar and gets their cousin Roxxi on her feet and showing off her moves while Felicia paints a portrait of the party going on! Valenitna is in charged of food, and her empanadas are always a delicious hit! In a flash my baby girl has the most amazing fun party in her play room with her new doll collection Vi and Va. This beautiful set of fashion dolls is inspired in Latin culture and heritage which set out to enjoy life as every day is an adventure and a reason to celebrate the bond of family and friendship. Vi and Va is a bilingual and colorful collection.
The first thing that caught my attention is that diversity is here! The second thing is that these girls are not only family, they are also best friends. Just perfect because it resonates so well with our family! the girls have all taken quickly to the dolls. I do believe it is because they can relate so easily to Viviana (Vi) and Valentina (Va) who are sisters, and best friends with their cousins, Felicia and Roxxi. Of course the fact that their boxes are bilingual helps me encourage the kids to strengthen all their languages. It really is a perfect way to Celebrate Heritage with Bilingual Fashion Dolls Vi and Va
Role playing is extremly important for a child’s development, and with Vi and Va dolls it becomes that much easier as the girls immediately relate to them, their likes, passions and ambitions while embracing their family and culture. Let’s get to know the girls a little better:
Viviana is the oldest of the two sisters. Music and fashion are her passions, and she never misses an opportunity to share her love of music. At family gatherings her guitar is always ready to make an appearance. When it comes to fashion, she is always creating new styles just as a designer would.
Neat and organized Valentina is 15 and a year younger that Viviana. She loves learning to cook from her mother and grandmothers. She also loves trying out new hairstyles, and making herself look unique with ribbons and flowers in her hair.
Cousin Roxxi, 18 is an artist and 17 year old Felicia is a dancer of everything from hip-hop to salsa
I love how our princesses have taken not only to these dolls but have done some “integration” of sorts and all of their dolls now play and party together to their heritage beat.
Ready to get to know Vi and Va better? How about entering our giveaway for a chance to win a doll of the collection? To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is leave us a comment telling us you want to win-
This is sponsored post in collaboration with Vi and Va Dolls and Latina Bloggers Connect. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
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