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I joined a Bible Study with a few other young moms shortly after my first daughter was born. Our 30 year-old leader, Amy, had been married for six years, and we thought she was so wise. So very wise! One night she led us through...

As Giving Tuesday (the national day of giving) approaches, we want to thank you for your support. Together, we're sparking critical dialogue and change in our families, schools, and communities. Because of you, we've been able to give away almost 200 dolls, donate more than $30,000 to the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer, and provide families all over the country with a framework for discussing issues that make kids and grownups alike scratch their heads in wonder.

Remember when you were a little and you had to go to the doctor? If you're like me, then your first question for your mom or dad was probably, "Will I have to get a shot?" The doctor wasn't scary, but the prospect of having...

For months, we've been planning our official launch party. We introduced Jewel, a doll and book experience that represents the experience of a child undergoing treatment for pediatric cancer. We partnered with the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research because we believe they are doing...

Before I became an entrepreneur, I wanted to be a doctor. Smart, professional, but most of all compassionate. Doctors abide by this simple truth: "First, do no harm." Many people, including me, think those words are the essence of the  Hypoccratic Oath, but technically  the phrase, "First...