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Allergy-Friendly Lunch Accessories for American Girl Dolls
For the upcoming holiday season, American Girl dolls will have some unique accessories, including an 'allergy-free' lunch. The lunch comes with a medical bracelet and a fake epinephrine injector, "just in case."
Doll-sized hearing aids also introduced
The company has also introduced doll-sized hearing aids, following in the footsteps of fellow toymakers that have begun to offer toy-sized hearing aids for use with dolls and stuffed animals.
One parent wrote in a review for the hearing aid toy: "My daughter just celebrated her first year wearing a hearing aid... and it is so refreshing that one of the doll companies makes real-life accessories that focus on differently-abled children. I am teaching my child to embrace what makes her unique and celebrate it."
What do you think of these doll-sized allergy-friendly lunches for a child with food allergies?
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