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I think there should be a doll for girls with autism
I believe that mattel should come up with a barbie with disabilities. children need to see this because not every child is perfect. we all have flaws and it should be shown.
Barbie doll could be designed with no hair for little girls who have cancer. Dress doll in pink and name her HOPE. Some of the profits could go to research at St. Judes or whom ever.
Mattel have you ever considered designing an African American Barbie Birthday theme? My grandaughter adores barbie and wants a barbie theme for her 3rd birthday and there is nothing...I guess I'll have to be creative and come up with something?
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Do you mean to 'say' that of ALL of the African nations, you could not have had ANY dolls representative those???? Hmmmm.
Do you mean to 'say' that of ALL of the African nations, you could not represent ANY of them???
I love the Monster High dolls but I see that people on the east coast get the most up to date dolls even though you are in California. Could you please send the newer dolls to places like Oregon? Walmart and Target as well as Toy's R Us in Oregon don't carry a lot of these dolls. Also I've only seen 2 male dolls sold in Oregon. (Claude with Draculaura and Jackson Jekyll. I've never seen a Gill Webber or Holt Hyde here. I've also never seen a Claude Sweet 16. Jackson Jekyll from Skull Shores can't be found here either. Also, I had to buy a Rochelle from Amazon which gets expensive and I've never seen an Abbey Bominable with Wooly Mammoth.
Additionally, there are no new Dead Tired Draculaura, Dead Tired Abbey, and Dead Tired Clawdeen dolls available. I haven't seen the Werecat Twin Sisters, Clawdeen and Howleen and Spectras here either.
Please deliver more products to Oregon.
Thank you for your consideration.
i think barbie should make a "NEW" barbie with no leg, foot, hand or arm to make all little girls with disabilities feel normal, beautful and pefect i mean they can look at themselfs and say wow im am not the only one and they can be feel better and more welcomed. please please please write a letter to mattel inc. to tell about this too!
I am a cancer survivor and this suggestion was recently brought to my attention. I think a "new" Barbie would bring awareness to cancer in children.
Although, it needs to be stressed that you are beautiful no matter how you look. It could give the child something to look forward to. You have made great strides in bringing Barbie into the present and this would cetainly be a giant step.Look forward to seeing a "NEW" Barbie
Dear Geoff Massingberd,
I am a British Barbie Doll collector, and I am sure you have already thought about this. Being on the adult collection side of things, I feel I do not get enough of seeing Barbie and Barbie doll collectors.I would very much like to discuss with you as to why there is not enough or more to the point no films, DVD's on barbie for the adult collector.I know for sure I would be one of the first individuals to purchase these. Please feel free to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sorry I did not in my first review put the star rating. As I mentioned I am a British Barbie Doll Collector, and I feel that there is very little Barbie, Films and DVDs' for the adult collector. I for one would certainly purchase the Films' or DVDs'. I am sure you have your reasons but perhaps reconsidering. I for one would love to discuss ways of getting round difficulties in order for things to be suitable for yourselves and the collector market. Please feel free to contact me on. email@example.com.
A Barbie with wigs.....bald...like the Polly Pockets one...You could have a Pink Cancer Awareness wig set for it......Satisfy the entire situation. Hair wigs and molded wigs for little hands...come on Mattel~brainstorm this one!
MATTEL SHOUDL MAKE A BALD BARBIE, DRESS HER IN PINK AND NAME HER HOPE FOR THE LITTLE GIRLS SUFFERING WITH CANCER AND THEY SHOULD DONATE THEM TO ST JUDES AND RONALD MACDONALD HOUSE . THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST IDEA I'VE EVER HEARD. THEY COULD HAVE A DONATION THING SET UP TO DONATE $10 - MOST PEOPLE WOULD GLADLY PAY IT TO HELP.
For some of the ridiculous Barbies that have been made, I truly think you need to take a stand for any sweet young girl, that has had to go through life without hair, due to illness, or whatever. To prove it is okay to be bald and beautiful!! They are the ones that take the looks, comments, laughter, which is so unfair and hurtful!!! Also, donate that money too!!!
There is nothing more simple or more special to a little girl than her Barbie. I think that the Hope for a Cure Barbie would be a really great idea, even a Best Seller. We have Muslim Barbie, Tattoo Barbie, Stewardess Barbie, how about a hopeful one?
They should make a Barbie with no hair, so every little girl fighting cancer can feel beautiful. Put her in pink, name her HOPE and send all proceeds from sales to a sick children's hospital .
The "hope" for a cure Barbie should be made. Working in a cancer ward at one of the worlds top hospitals for cancer research "UAMS-LR" as a cancer research coordinator I see lots of young "barbies" who are looking for hope. If Mattel actually put out the hope Barbie and let all of its earnings for the doll go to st. Jude hospital, a wonderful thing could happen. Not only would at. Jude raise possibly millions of dollars, but little girls haunted with cancer could look for a brighter tomorrow.
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This is what is going around facebook & I hope that you would consider making a barbie like this!! Mattel should make a Barbie with no hair so that every little girl fighting cancer feels beautiful!! Put her in pink, name her HOPE and send the proceeds to St. Jude.
Sarah Kennedy & Facebook friends