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Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse – Visit the World of Barbie
There is something on my daughter's wish list that she has wanted all year. That item is the Barbie Dreamhouse. She has been talking about that house for as long as I can remember.
What makes this really fun is that I remember the Christmas when I received my Barbie Dreamhouse many many years ago. I remember being in awe of putting Barbie in the elevator and pulling up to the top floor with the string. Man I loved that house. I played with it until I outgrew Barbie and then my sister played with it for a few years after that.
The Barbie Dreamhouse has been completely re-designed and is nothing short of fabulous!
ABOUT THE BARBIE DREAMHOUSE
Barbie just moved in to the house of her dreams. The newly renovated Barbie Dreamhouse features three exciting levels of play, lights and sounds throughout, and — for the first time ever — two cool elevators (one just for Barbie doll’s fashions).
Ring the working doorbell and enter the elegant pink double-doors then head to the kitchen for a yummy snack. The Barbie Dreamhouse has a first floor kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a light-up oven.
The spacious second floor bathroom features a kid-activated light-up mirror, “flushing” toilet and someone singing in the shower. How cool is that?
Rooms are fully furnished with fun lights and sounds throughout, a center elevator, a separate elevator just for fashions, and the ultimate closet! The divine canopy bed pulls out to reveal a trundle bed that’s perfect for sleepovers and there is a cute pet bed as well.
Take the elevator to the third-floor living room to find a television that “flips” channels and a great balcony for soaking up some Malibu sun. Just bring your dolls, batteries and you are ready to play
- Three levels with multiple play areas
- Gorgeously designed with glamorous touches
- Special details include pink appliances, reversible dining table, canopy bed with trundle bed, TV with multiple channels, and ultimate closet
- Has a center elevator and a separate fashion elevator
- Lights and sounds add to the role-playing fun
- Features “pieces stay in place” innovation throughout the house
- For ages 3 and up
Created by Ruth Handler, Barbie was introduced to the world in 1959 (in blonde and brunette dolls). Since her introduction over 50 years ago, she's appeared in movies, TV shows, dreamhouses, and yes, pink convertibles. Every product has a place in the Barbie universe, from beach-going Barbie to vanities to digital activities.