Ballerina Dreamer for the Little Dreamer in your Life #Holiday2019

Victoria started doing ballet when she was 3 years old. From the time she could walk, she was fascinated with ballerinas. She would want to read books about ballerinas. She would want to watch movies about ballerinas. She would want to watch her cousin (her is a professional ballerina) practice and perform. She’s just been fascinated with ballet and ballerinas her entire life!

Ballerina Dreamer for Kids

When I first heard about Ballerina Dreamer, I knew it would be perfect (beyond perfect) for Victoria. Since I know she’s all about anything that has to do with ballet, I knew this would be a great way for her to sync together 2 things she loves: 1) ballet 2) dolls. I couldn’t wait to see her excitement and (believe me) she certainly was excited for her Ballerina Dreamer!

Ballerina Dreamer for the Little Dreamer

Ballerina Dreamer

When it comes to finding the best toys for kids, it’s all about trying to identify what you know they will love. I can’t tell you how many years it’s taken me to realize that a toy kids will use over and over and over again is the toy that they’re very interested in beyond just as toy, but also as an experience. What is a child’s passion? What is a child’s love? If you can find something that works with bringing these passions and loves to life, you’re golden.

This is one of those magical toys for Victoria and I love Ballerina Dreamer for that special gift.

Ballerina Dreamer

Right away I knew Victoria was going to love her because she looked just like her! This cute little ballerina with blonde hair and blue eyes. As a matter of fact, Victoria spent last night creating pigtails in the ballerina’s hair because she wanted her to look like her, too. It was so sweet. She even had me help her put the elastics in her hair. It was cute!

Ballerina Dreamer

So what is so amazing about Ballerina Dreamer?

The Ballerina Dreamer Dancing Ballerina can dance just like a real ballerina. Just watching the ballerina dance is so cute, but watching Victoria’s face light up is even more fun for me. She gets giddy and so quiet as she sees her dance around. Not to mention, it’s so easy for her to do this on her own… she doesn’t need any help from me or her brothers!

All you need to do is have your child press down on the tiara and watch her pirouette, spin on both toes, kick forwards and backwards and do the splits. Victoria’s been doing her ballet for a few years now, so each one of the moves that the ballerina does Victoria knows well. She’s been learning these simple moves since she was 3 years old!

Every little girl loves a tutu, right? I know I do! Victoria popped hers on right over her shorts when she saw her ballerina! The best part for Victoria is that her tutu magically lights up. Victoria was able to see her tutu light up right through the box, but when she took her out of the box it was even more spectacular! We even turned her tutu on at night in her bedroom, which was really cool for Victoria to see, too.

Ballerina Dreamer

Victoria loves toys that make music. The music that is played from her ballerina is very catchy, it’s a tune that you will get in your head! Victoria was singing it on her own last night, too. You just watch this beautiful little ballerina sparkle and shine as she performs her ballet moves! It’s a win win for any child who loves ballet and loves dolls.

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It’s a wonderful gift for the holidays for the little ones. It’s one that your child will play with over and over and over again. Whenever I invest in toys, I just want to make sure they are actually PLAYED with and this is one of those toys that will played with again and again. I promise!

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are 100% my own.

 

 

Ballerina Dreamer for the Little Dreamer in your Life #Holiday2019 was last modified: September 6th, 2019 by Audrey McClelland
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Ballerina Dreamer for the Little Dreamer in your Life #Holiday2019 was last modified: September 6th, 2019 by Audrey McClelland