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Learn to Dress with Kidoozie Dress Me Emily or Josh #Review #Giveaway


Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.



In two and a half months I'll be two years old. That means I am getting older but it also means that I am getting more independent as well. I'm trying to put my clothes on although incorrectly and I refuse to have help. I don't like having help. I like doing it all by myself. Mommy would prefer if she could do it for me but that doesn't teach me independence. It teaches me to be dependent on mommy for everything. That may have been great when I was younger but I'm no longer a baby. I'm a big girl now and big girls need to learn how to undress and dress themselves. That's where Kidoozie's Dress Me Emily and Dress Me Josh by International Playthings comes in.




15-inch plush doll features over 10 learn-to-dress activities. Outfits feature hook and loop closures, snap, lace, buckle, tie and more! Soft cuddly body. Removable clothes, includes play accessories.

 
$29.99 - Recommended age: 12m+
I received the Kidoozie Dress Me Emily to review for our Holiday Gift Guide. If you're looking for a doll that not only teaches life skills but also is fun then look no further than the Kidoozie Dress Me Emily or even Dress Me Josh which is perfect for the little boys in your life as well.



Dress Me Emily has a very soft body and is very huggable. Dress Me Emily is recommended for ages 12 months and up but you may want to be careful. She comes with a single button on her dress that helps with learning but may be able to be pulled off if you're not careful. Mommy plans on making sure it is really secure because as you know everything still gets puts into my mouth. The little bows in her hair are also only attached by thread and if your toddler is a little rough like I am you may want to pay attention to that as well.




Now her clothes is completely removable which includes her shoes. Dress Me Emily teaches your little one to lace their shoes and also to fasten since one of them is fastened by velcro. I am too little to know how to lace my shoes but when the time comes I will be ready thanks to Dress Me Emily. Her dress is also a learning tool and teaches how to button. Her dress comes complete with a belt that teaches how to loop your belts as well. There is so much to learn.




As if that wasn't enough her purse teaches how to use a zipper and her socks folds down as well.




Not only will Emily teach your little one how to be independent and confident while getting dressed but she will also be a friend for life. Emily will enhance your little one's motor skills while they learn the secrets of getting dressed on their own all the while having fun.




Here I am learning how to put on Dress Me Emily's shoe while mommy looks on. I think I did an ok job all without help as well. Learning has never been so much fun! I give my Dress Me Emily my Two Tiny Thumbs Up! Dress Me Emily is available online at Kidoozie's website as well as toy stores.



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Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

Annmarie John
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  1. I am interested in winning the Dress Me Josh doll for my three year old son. It looks so cute and a great way to work on those fine motor skills!

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  2. Dress Me Emily is so cute perfect for my neices

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  3. So very cute and must say my girls are starting to learn how to dress their dolls and stuffed animals here and never even thought of a doll made specially for this. Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  4. I think the Dress Me Emily you received would be prefect for my niece, Willow.

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  5. I love the Dress me Emily doll. I have been looking for a doll for my 18 month old. This one is perfect!

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  6. I used to have something similar when I was little (major flashback this morning!) but it wasn't nearly as cute as these are!

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  7. My Goddaughter's mom has been looking for something just like this! I hope she gets one for Christmas!

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  8. There used to be a doll like this on the market that was a really hot item. It was hard to get... I would like the Dress Me Emily Doll

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  9. I would get Dress Me Emily for Scarlet. She would love it. She spends hours dressing her dolls.

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  10. Awesome way for little ones to work on their fine motor skills. Getting himself dressed was a challenge for my youngest and I bet this would have helped!

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  11. I would love to get the Dress Me Josh for my niece. My girls used dolls like these in occupational therapy and they are fabulous for developing fine motor skills.

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  12. I would love dress me Emily doll for my 2 year old daughter.

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  13. I can not enter since i am in the UK but what a lovely doll and a great idea.

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  14. Oh my goodness, those are adorable dolls!!! These would be awesome to help teach little ones how to zip, snap, and all kinds of ways to manage their clothes! Love it!

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  15. I had a couple dolls designed for this purpose and they really do make a difference. Kids can do them over and over and over and they get better at the skills without even realizing it!

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  16. This doll would be a hit at my library. The kids always undress the dolls as soon as they visit. Are they available in African American versions?

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  17. I would love the little boy doll!! My 2 year old loves to dress and un-dress things :) I think he would have a blast with this!

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  18. What a great way to help children to learn to dress themselves! I mean really-all those buttons, bows, velcro, shoe laces and belt buckles can be pretty hard for those little hands to maneuver!

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  19. So cute they can learn about getting dressed. Sadly Brady is 8 and still wants Mom to dress him, ha! No way kiddo unless you're REALLY sick.

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  20. Now I know what I am getting for my 2 year old granddaughter for Christmas! She would love this! I don't live in the US, so I was not able to enter :-( But I will look for this doll when I visit Oregon in early December.

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  21. That doll is so cute! I will have to get some for my girls! I'm sure they would love it!

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  22. So cute! I don't have any little buddies in my life that would love this doll but I am so happy you got to play with one. Tell your mommy that she rocks, I love that she brings these toys into your home.

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  23. Those are so cute, I can still remember my doll that taught me to dress. Your daughter sure seems to love this one, I know a little boy who could use one of these.

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  24. I would get the dress me Emily doll for my daughter, she loves dolls

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  25. I think you were doing a great job dressing Emily, Madison! This would be a hit with one of my friend's daughters too!

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  26. I would get the Emily doll for my granddaughter because her mom's name is Emily. :)

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  27. I would be interested in the Dress Me Josh for a nephew of mine. These are really adorable dolls. Love them.

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  28. I love this, I think that these skills can be difficult because half the time your trying to get your kids dressed your in a hurry. But with these dolls they can practice at any time.

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  29. What a cute little doll - so nice that it comes in both genders as well :) x

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  30. My daughter would totally love this doll! I love that it is also a cloth doll.

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  31. My girls loved these types of dolls when they were smaller. I love how these dolls look, and you can get a girl or a boy. Makes it a little more relate able for the kids!

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  32. Definitely Emily, my 2 year old is in the 'me do it phase' and that includes getting dressed.

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  33. I would use it in my classroom and eventually with my own daughter! I love the Emily - she's such a good example of learning through play!

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  34. I would love to get Emily for my daughters! The would love this doll and I like it because it teaches them how to get dressed! Awesome toy!

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  35. My oldes still struggles with dressing himself. He would definitely love having one of these

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  36. These dolls are super cute! I love the accessories that come with them.

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  37. Dress me Emily for my daughter for Christmas! She just turned a year old and this would be wonderful for her!

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  38. My daughter would love either of these little guys! My son would probably play too!

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  39. How cute! This reminds me of one of the dolls I used to have when I was younger. I can remember it had zippers and shoelaces to help you tie. Adorable doll.

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  40. I like the dress me emily doll for my almost 2 year old. She would make a wonderful Christmas gift for her. Thanks!

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  41. How adorable! My youngest one would like this, she still likes dress me up dolls

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  42. These are super cute! I love "toys" like these since they help teach something, too!

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  43. How cute are they... I love how bright and colorful the "dolls" are... and your princess looked like she ahd a blast learning how to dress .... What a fun learning tool; thanks for a great review this will be on the Christmas list for the little ones I have to shop for.

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  44. So cute! My baby will need this in a bout a year!

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  45. Dress me Emily would be perfect for my daughter!! She loves dolls and dress up!!

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  46. Dress me Emily would be the perfect gift for my daughter, she loves dressing her dolls!

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  47. This looks like a great gift for Zeva. This looks like a great way to help teach kids how to dress themselves. Thank you so much for this review and giveaway.

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  48. Those dolls are very cute. My daughter had a similar one and loved to undress it...and yep, she'd undress it ten times a day as ask me to dress it up again! Isn't learning independence fun!

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  49. I would love to win DRESS ME JOSH for my 18 month old grandson.

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  50. I'd choose Emily for my friend's daughter who is also just getting to that age where she wants to dress herself.

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  51. The Dress Me Emily for my little girl Amelia

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  52. Would love the emily doll for my daughter.

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  53. I would like the dress me Josh for my grandson. It would help teach him how to dress himself

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  54. I would like the girl doll for my granddaughter, she would love it!
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  55. I would love to win Dress Me Emily for my niece! She is four and she has finally recently taken an interest in dolls!

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  56. I would love to win Dress Me Josh for my cousin who just turned 2. Boys after all needs dolls too. :)

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  57. I am interested in Dress Me Emily for my daughter Skye-Lynn because it is blonde just like she is.

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  58. The Dress Me Emily would be perfect for my granddaughter Gwen.

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  59. Dress me emily, my niece would just LOVE it!

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  60. I would choose the Dress Me Emily doll for my little cousin Bella. She would really like to play with this cute doll!

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  61. I would love the Dress Me Emily Doll for my 2 daughters ages 2 and 5. They love playing with dolls so I think they'll love Emily. :)

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  62. I am interested in the dress me emily doll. My daughter loves dressing and undressing dolls so this would be perfect for her

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  63. I would love to win the Emily doll for my daughter who's name was almost Emily. This is so cute! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  64. I would love Dress ME Emily for my daughter! My daughter loves getting her dolls dressed and undressed!

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