Giving your child a Waldorf doll is like giving your child a box of crayons and a blank piece of paper, instead of crayons and a coloring book.
Your child is still going to color, but instead of just coloring inside the publisher’s lines, your child is going to use their own imagination and originality to create their own art.
And that’s what we as parents want to do: stimulate our children’s imagination and creativity.
In the doll world, Waldorf Dolls are those ‘blank pieces of paper.’ They have sweet and simple faces. Dots for eyes, a small stitched smile.
In theory, a few days after receiving their new Waldorf Style doll, your child will have unleashed his or her imagination and will have created a whole personality and ‘story’ for that doll.
And that’s the beauty of Waldorf style dolls.