Tuesday, December 23, 2014
LorettaRose , LLC is offering 18 inch boy dolls themed on giving thanks under its My Pal®line. The creation of such doll was inspired by the challenges that New Jersey residents went through during Hurricane Sandy. It serves to teach children to appreciate their blessings and be more grateful to people who support them in times of need. The 18 inch boy doll for giving thanks comes with straight brown hair, brown eyes, medium skin and a soft body with adjustable plastic arms, legs and heads. He is dressed in blue jeans, t-shirt, socks and red sneakers. Colors and prints may vary depending on fabric availability. The fabric is printed with the abc’s of thoughtful ways to guide children in their interaction with others. For example, A is for “Act kindly”, B is for “Be Honest”and C is for “Count your blessings”.
Sunday, December 21, 2014
LorettaRose, LLC toy company recently made a special My Pal® Zoroastrian doll dressed in 18 inch doll clothes, every purchase of which will yield a $5 donation to the Zoroastrian Association of Greater New York (ZAGNY). The toy company LorettaRose, LLC specifically made this for young Zoroastrians with the very intent of furthering the children’s religious education. Zoroastrianism is an ancient monotheistic religion of Persian origin, believed to be the oldest revealed, as it was founded 3500 years ago. Its concepts of God, judgment, and heaven and hell, are said to have likely influenced major religions in the world.
Monday, December 15, 2014
She may be a mighty queen today and a fearless firefighter tomorrow. He may be a doctor, a painter, and a zookeeper all in the span of one afternoon. Children love to create and play inside their own fantasy worlds, a process that contributes greatly to the development of their creativity.
As parents, it is part of your delightful job to provide your little ones with toys and educational materials which will stimulate their imagination actively and safely. For example, toys such as wooden blocks let them build things, while stuffed animals have long been part of story time casts.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Autism can be a difficult condition for people to understand. While compassion should be shown to those who have the disability, compassion for autism is something that doesn’t naturally occur to many kids, even though the condition itself is a lot more prevalent than most people think.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 out of 68 babies in the U.S. are born with a condition that falls under the autism spectrum. This represents a 119.4 percent increase from 1 out of 150 births in 2000, which makes autism the fastest-growing developmental disability in the country. These facts highlight the need for parents to be more proactive in guiding their children accordingly. To help with this, several toy makers create boy dolls specifically designed to promote autism awareness among children.