The Lammily doll, available for purchase and delivery as of today, has been coined “Normal Barbie” for being … well, refreshingly normal. Graphic designer Nickolay Lamm created Lammily to look like Barbie — if she had brown hair and the measurements of an average 19-year-old woman (based on CDC data.) “I want to show that average is beautiful,” said Lamm. Regular Barbie dolls, as you may have noticed, are anything but realistic. According to TIME, 25,000 dolls are ready to be shipped for the holidays. You can also get a $5.99 sticker extension pack that includes acne, freckles, moles, and flushed cheeks. There are also the less flattering — but equally real — stickers depicting bruises and scars, cellulite and stretch marks.Would you buy a Lammily doll for a child in your life? Tell us in the comments: