Saffron Jackson's patois spekaing doll. See National News story NNDOLL; A doting mum has made the 'world's first' Jamaican Patois-speaking doll - so her daughter can have a toy she relates to when she grows up. Saffron Jackson, 38, came up with the idea after shopping for toys when pregnant with now one-year-old Billie-Rae. After noticing the lack of diversity on the shelves and struggling to find any black dolls on the market, the secondary school teacher, who moved to London from Jamaica 15 years ago, decided to make her own. Toya has dark hair, eyes and Afro hair and recites five phrases in Jamaican patois which Saffron hopes will teach children about their heritage.