'Normal Barbie' now gets her period, as often as your child wants her to.

'Normal Barbie' now gets her period, as often as your child wants her to.
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With proportions so distinctly non-human, it's no wonder that Barbie never got her period. Lammily is a new company that makes dolls that actually resemble real people. With healthy proportions and a variety of imperfections, Lammily is changing the game on healthy playtime, and is now raising the stakes with its new expansion pack, the Period Party.

'Normal Barbie' now gets her period, as often as your child wants her to.
Both women and pads come in all shapes and sizes.
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The Period Party seeks to create an "open and positive conversation about our periods" between parents and young girls. The pack comes with:

1 educational pamphlet
1 pair of panties, fits Lammily doll
18 reusable colored pads and liners stickers
1 calendar & dot stickers

'Normal Barbie' now gets her period, as often as your child wants her to.
Party on.
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This is a great learning tool, and can help young girls better understand puberty without having to hear dad rap "once a month you'll have a visitation from the crimson wave known as menstruation."

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The Period Party does not yet come with any red ink or toy tampons, but maybe they're saving that for the next expansion. 

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