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I'm going to come clean here:

When I first saw "Moxie Dolls", I shuddered. I think it was the use of "z" in "girlz", I think it was the bright packaging. I'm not sure. I think it was the "z".


But whatever it was, it was a classic case of prejudice – I hadn't even really looked at the dolls, nor had I visted their website. Check it out – walk over there for me a minute: MOXIE GIRLZ


Their slogans: be true * be you!


"Every girl has the strength to do something amazing. Anything is possible as long as you stay true to yourself and never give up on your dreams!"


These dolls are not Barbie. I like them, I like their message, I like pretty much everything about them.

Check this out:

Yes! A doll with CANCER! She is from the True Hope series – how awesome is that.

Rock on, Moxie.


They sent 3 dolls to my own Moxie and they were a HUGE hit in this house. With my boy Micah, too: he calls them "action figures" and highly enjoys having the perform action stunts like jump out of his helicopter. His favorite is Sportz Doll Avery – because he uses her ribbons (from the gymnastics) as Wonder Woman lassos. Ha. Ha. Ha.


Moxie herself loves the bath time Sophina best. It's cute – she has this skirt thing that floats her in the water, with two little openings on each side of the skirt to place her water kitty and her soap bubbles (that you can pull out and blow real bubbles with). Moxie loves all that and she loves playing with her hair.

What is it anyway with little girls and doll hair? I remember being obsessed with that, too.

Were you?

The dolls all have flat feet – no Barbie high-heel arches. The bodies of the dolls are not twisted into some unnatural position, or have startling doll-boobs. With the exception of their big eyes and cosmetically-enhanced faces, they are about as real-life as a doll can get.


Which is another thing that I like about them.


October was Down syndrome Awareness Month and we are still celebrating it through a  Month with Moxieliving life with moxie.

In honor of this, and still celebrating! – Moxie Girlz will be giving away 3 dolls – separately – to readers of this blog.

To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter below

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Terms: Open to the US only. Giveaway open for one week, closing at 11:59 on 11/18/12. Winner must have email included in entry.

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  1. You know, they are pretty good looking dollies!  And let me just say I am impressed with you knocking out a giveaway with tiny MacQuinn on your hands!


  2. Adorable!  I'm always intrigued by them when I see them in the store.  What I look for in a doll these days is different than when Sammi was littler.  Now I want dolls that are *interesting* to look at and to play with.  She's got enough of the baby doll dolls, and a few Barbies as well, but I've been scouting other options for her lately. 

  3. I look for a doll that has lots of other clothes available

  4. Kathy Luman says:

    I look for one that I think my granddaughter would like and one that you can get extra clothes and accessories for.

    1. I appreciate dolls that are a little more realistic than Barbie… and a doll with cancer could really resonate with sick children.

  5. Anastasia says:

    I like dolls with personality and accessories ๐Ÿ™‚  

  6. renee walters says:

    I look for anything that will make my kid's happy.  Thanks!

  7. I look for dolls that would be something my daughter would play with for years to come .

  8. Susan Ladd says:

    I look for something that I think that my granddaughter will like to play with and is cute.  I want to thank you for this awesome sweep ๐Ÿ™‚  Thanks !!!!!!

  9. I always look at their clothes first. My daughter really likes dolls that have stylish clothes.

  10. Kellie Conklin says:

    I look for dolls that are appropriate and are different from what the girls already have. I also like when they have accessories to go with the dolls! Thanks for the awesome review and giveaway.

  11. I look at brand, type of doll, accessories, ethnicity 

  12. Ashley Hatten says:

    Quality, Price, and the way they look!

  13. Dorothy Deakyne says:

    clothes available

  14. I look for dolls that come with 'extras' like another outfit or a pet, etc

  15. Stephanie Larison says:

    I look for something colorful and fun looking. Clothes, what they come with. If they look like it's something my daughter would play with.

  16. I look for dolls that are age appropriate, and have enough character and accessories to keep my girls interested.  These definately fit the bil!  Thanks!

  17. I look for something that my daughter will enjoy playing with.

  18. these dolls are amazing. 

  19. Laura Jacobson says:

    Oh I just look for cute dolls, but them again…I think all dolls are cute. LOL…Kayla likes to play with about any dolls. She just loves them!

  20. Technology (I loved Jem's flashy earrings as a kid) and durability.

  21. Rich Morris says:

    I look for a cute realistic doll but mainly i let my more educated about dolls daughter tell me what she wants ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. durability! If my son gets ahold of my daughter's dolls, they need to hold up!

  23. Sherri B. says:

    I look for dolls that portray girls and women in a positive light. I really like ones that show women in a profession.


  24. Gennie Lancaster says:

    I look for a doll that is well made and will last.

  25. Christine Jensen says:

    I like appealing facial features and reasonable fashions for the age group to which they are marketed

  26. Linda Meyers-Gabbard says:



    I haven't purchased a doll since the 1980's cabbage patch craze.  I was entering this in hopes of winning one to send to one of my friends from High School who has just started battling cancer.  she whent ahead and shaved her head after her first chemo treatment.  I thought that sending her the Moxie doll would out a smile on her face. 

  27. I look for a light brown skin tone

  28. proportional with some extras

  29. I look for cuteness the most


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  30. I look for dolls that are appropriatly dressed and that can help build my daughter's confidence that she is perfect the way she is.

  31. Crystal Faulk says:

    I look for dolls that look nice, not trashy.

  32. I look for a doll that makes my daughter's eye light up with joy


  33. Nicole Lancaster says:

    Uniqueness and high quality is what I look for in a doll.

  34. Nicole D. says:

    I look for dolls that aren't too fake looking – I like these!

  35. Tiffany Hearn says:

    I look for cute, age appropriate dolls that are fun for my daughters.

  36. Melissa VandenBerg says:

    I look for a cute face and lots of accesories


  37. Betty Antibus says:

    Amelia is just getting into dolls, I like these Moxie dolls because they are different and cute!

  38. Betty Antibus says:

    I love all dolls, but would give one of these to granddaughter Amelia.

  39. says:

    Quality and Fashonable.

  40. Brenda Elsner says:

    I look for quality and what they have for accessories.

  41. Cute but not too severe, girlish, and not too provokative

  42. Debra Hall says:

    i look for a doll that suits the girl

  43. Angela Cisco says:

    quality and price

  44. wendy wallach says:

    i look for a doll that is not easy to beak nor does it have alot of little pieces

  45. One with great style since my girls are little fashionistas!

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  46. rochelle johnson says:

    quality and if it looks like my daughter

  47. Tanya White says:

    I look for durabilty and for what my daughters like

  48. It's nice to find a doll that the child receiving it can relate to.

  49. shirley H says:

    I look for a doll with personality…..something that will catch my grandaughters eye

  50. Something that is fun, but that won't make them think they have to look a certain way. 

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