Butterfly Protector Lottie doll {Review}

September 3, 2015

Butterfly Protector Lottie doll - Packaging

I don’t think I can remember a time when Roo didn’t have a place in her heart for dolls. She has always loved the role-playing aspect of dolls, whether she is dressing them up, playing with their hair or taking them on an adventure through her imagination.

Butterfly Protector Lottie doll -Positive Role Model Winner
A children’s doll that comes with a positive role-model award

Many of the dolls she has had throughout the years have offered her hours of fun and entertainment however they all seem to promote a body image that isn’t one of a little girl. The Butterfly Protector Lottie doll however is different from all other dolls, she has an age appropriate body shape and has even won an award because of this feature.

Butterfly Protector Lottie doll

Butterfly Protector Lottie doll
Lottie is a bright-eyed and curious little girl teaching children the educational value of butterflies

Lottie and her friends love to volunteer their time in helping Margaret, the gardener at the English country Garden. Margaret is always full of interesting facts, such as how plants need water and light to grow. It was from Margaret that Lottie learnt about the life cycle of the butterfly, how it changes from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis into a beautiful butterfly which then plays a very important part in the pollination of Margaret’s flowers.

Butterfly Protector Lottie doll - AccessoriesKey features:

  • Complete with 18cm tall Lottie doll, hat, binoculars, butterfly life cycle cards and 4x butterflies
  • Comes packaged in a gift box
  • Suitable for ages 3+

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

There is something about Lottie that has captured the imagination and has re-awoken a love for dolls in Roo. Since Lottie’s arrival she hasn’t been far from Roo, whether they are sitting on the sofa watching TV whilst Roo combs Lottie’s hair, whether they are holding a butterfly life cycle masterclass for her other dolls (including Tigger) or if she is hiding the butterflies for Tigger to find in a butterfly treasure hunt.

At just 18cm tall Lottie feels like the perfect size for little hands and suitable to be taken along on adventures to the park, in the car or round a friend’s house for a play date.

Price and Availability

Priced at £20.00 and available from the Natural History Museum shop

Disclosure: We received a Butterfly Protector Lottie doll FOC for the purpose of review.


  • Stacey Corrin September 3, 2015 at 11:01 am

    I’m in love with Lottie Dolls at the moment. Since my 3 year old is getting to the age where she’s more aware of herself and other girls, I’m thinking of introducing her to Lottie for her fourth birthday. This one is adorable – something she’d totally love without me having to worry about unrealistic body images. Have you seen the Robot themed Lottie? Now that one is my favourite 😀

  • Kim Carberry September 3, 2015 at 11:49 am

    Ahh! We love Lottie dolls here….They are so good for little ones x

  • Emma September 7, 2015 at 10:24 am

    She looks great – Erin is very much into dolls and finding brands that are in keeping with my values can seem hard but these fit the bill perfectly.

  • Kate September 9, 2015 at 10:14 am

    We love Lottie Dolls, I have a little girl who would think this one was great! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

  • Colette B September 10, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    You had me at “age appropriate”!
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

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