I don't look like GI Joe, Batman, Superman, the Hulk or any other Avenger. And that's okay because that's not why I played with action figures when I was little. In fact, I wanted to be more like my dad more than anyone.
But is it different with girls/women? Does having a Barbie doll around the house motivate little girls to inspire to be the tall, tan, blonde-haired beauty or are they really encouraged to follow another message by the people who influence them the most?
Our Mom Squad of Morgan, Theresa and Carolynn weighed in on the latest photo of Barbie.
Theresa Depasquale: @FitmomTampa
Carolynn Smith: @7sevenmarketing