Rated 5 out of 5Â by MS Vicki Where is the plain wood Fold and Go dollhouse?
I used the plain wood fold and go dollhouse in my work with young children for many years. When I tried to buy another one, there was only the PINK one in the stores. So disapointed since I loved the gender neutral quality of the wood one -- and so did all the boys and girls who used it in their play at my school. Vicki Rashbaum, School Social Worker, New Rochelle, NY
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Chitownmama Where's the gender neutral color scheme?
This is a great dollhouse: wooden, nicely made, compact design, stores well. But now suddenly it's pink and purple? Because dollhouses are only for girls, and girls only like pink and purple toys? Bring back the plain house and the red furniture! So tired of everything (clothing, toys, decor) marketed towards only girls or only boys, and everything marketed towards girls being pink or purple. Why? Why? Why? What is wrong with the zombies running the toy industry these days? This *was* the perfect toy...
Rated 4 out of 5Â by m1sd Great little dollhouse
This is a great little starter dollhouse. I bought it for my two year old for Christmas. I think it is great for little ones around this age. Many of the other sets have smaller pieces that may be dangerous. The quality is great. The house is a little on the small side, but we wanted to start her with a little set at this point. I would have liked the house to be just a bit bigger (reason for the 4 stars). All the little furniture and dolls easily fold up and the dollhouse is a good size to be portable. When she gets a little older I want to get her a bigger set with more rooms and furniture, but this is great for her age! It includes a good a mount of furnitures and two dolls. I would have liked for a baby doll too.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Disappointed mom of two boys Dollhouse for boys?
My niece has this doll house and my 2 year old son loves playing with it. When I got on the website to find a unisex version, I was very disappointed. Only having a pink doll house with purple furniture seems unfair for boys. Role play is very important for children, so it is surprising that Melissa and Doug wouldn't make a unisex doll house. We own many Melissa and Doug toys and have never been disappointed before, but I think this is an important issue for them to consider.