We are so happy to hear that people love Brave Gowns masks and gowns as much as we do!
How beautiful are these 3? They look amazing in their Brave Gown masks. Erin (mom), thank you for sharing these pictures and why you love Brave Gowns.
Grandpa and granddaughter enjoyed a fun day at the apple orchard. We are so glad you love the masks, Grandpa Tony!
This little guy looks adorable in his Dino mask and what an amazing brother to accompany his little sister to her appointment to check her heart. Thanks for sending us this adorable picture, Abbey!
We love this quote from heart momma, Adrian: "A family who Brave Masks together stays healthy together." Are they not the most adorable family?
We are so happy to hear cool Cannon feels "so cool" in his mask.
Christine, we love all the festivity and are so happy to hear that patients loved your mask!
Cody was the winner randomly chosen to win 5 personalized masks! We hope you love them!
So happy to hear that the gown and mask helped Jax through his scan. Thanks for sending this picture of your brave little guy, Danielle.
How perfect is the lion gown and mask for the "Lion Hearted Harlan"?
Thank you for your kind words, Jodi, and thanks for sharing this wonderful picture!
Kat, you and your husband look incredible rocking our Design-A-Mask Mina's smile masks! We can for sure tell in your eyes that "there is a smile behind this mask."
Kristen, thanks so much for sending this picture of you and your coworkers at the hospital. We are so glad they are keeping you and your patients protected while bringing lots of color to the hospital as well!
Laura, so thrilled to hear your granddaughter loves your mask too! What a beautiful grandma in such a fun mask!
These sweet sisters look adorable in their matching masks for their check ups!
Luann, Thanks so much for sending this wonderful picture of you and your husband in your Brave Masks!
Look at this beautiful aunt and her new niece! We are so happy to be able to be a part of big moments in people's lives! Thanks for sharing this, Nicole!
How adorable is this crew each in Brave Masks that fit their styles and personalities!
We are so happy to see Miss E and her big bro both so grown up and rocking Brave Masks. We especially love the gown Miss E is wearing in the wagon. Big bro picked out photographs for her personalized gown so he could be close to her during surgeries.
This family is just darling in their masks. We cannot get enough of kiddos in the Dino mask. Every time we see a kid in it, we smile.
How thoughtful and generous to think of your colleagues, Sue! This was the perfect mask for your team... #InThisTogether
This mom and daughter trio is just stunning in their matching dresses and we love their Brave Masks. Thanks for sharing lots of incredible pictures with us, Tiffany, we love them all!
How lovely is this picture of mom and son? Love everything about this picture and we loved making the mask of your sweet dog.
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It’s “World Cancer Day” and this picture holds so many meanings that have been 19 years in the making...It also means a good nineteen pounds I’ve gained since then...but I’m going to post this picture anyways. 😉Nineteen years ago, my brother Mac (who was 9 at the time) was in the hospital at UCLA Mattels. I was older, married with a five-year-old and a husband who acted like one at the time...again kidding...or am I...and lived in Chicago. They didn’t know at this time that my brother had two forms of Leukemia. They thought it was severe strep and tonsillitis, but they had admitted him and my mom and Mac had been in the hospital for days. My mom was a strong woman, but she called me not so much sobbing, but snapping. She was heartbroken and didn’t want to leave Mac. Not for a second. Not for the 10 miles it would take to get home, get clothes, a toothbrush, nor for anything else she needed, so for that week she had nothing of theirs. Since we didn’t know the severity of what Mac had and that I was 26 with a five year-old and was 2,000 miles away, I was torn but didn’t fly in to help. I can say in that moment, none of us grasped her panic and desperation to not leave Mac’s side, but my mom. I got ahold of one of Mac’s friend’s dad who worked at UCLA at the time, I don’t know if he came and stayed with Mac or if he stopped at my moms and grabbed a bag. It changed that moment for her, but in hindsight, I really had regret for not jumping on a plane and doing what I could. Fast forward to this Friday. I get message from a friend, who ironically was going in for breast cancer surgery that morning and runs a nonprofit, asking if I could bring clothes, a Brave Gown and toys to a family they had been stuck in the hospital and didn’t have family they could bring them stuff. My plate was full that day. I had an entire work day planned. Funny how unimportant things seem, when your eyes are opened to real problems. I jumped on it. I ran to the store and shopped for everything Mac would have loved. Batman Hot Wheel cars, a LA Dodger remote control car, a Nerf gun, Nike socks, soft pajamas a blanket, lollipops, cookies, a Starbucks card for his mom, money for dinner and blanket for her as well. The part of the story that really got me was that Luca had just got to go back to school after being out all year! Over a full semester. His friends greeted him that morning with a welcome back sign. He was so excited and then he got a fever and had to head straight the the ER where they comfirmed he caught the flu. Luca and his mom had been stuck there since. His dad hadn’t got to come because he had to stay home to take care of his other siblings. You guys, Luca was the sweetest thing ever. He was so very gracious. He said thank you every time he opened up everything. He was just as excited about the socks as he was the remote-control car. Every time I turned around, he put something new on to surprise me. My heart couldn’t take it.
It’s true when they say, “the gift is always in the giving.” When I rushed out so my car didn’t get towed, I sat on the side of the road, crying for my friend going through the first surgery for this evasive cancer, crying for the opportunity to get to make amends for a past miss and crying that God gifted me with being able to live a life of service...and then I started crying because I realized I was lost in Los Angeles traffic at six o’clock on a Friday night...Obviously that was also a joke, but I truly can’t thank you all enough for your support and gifting Brave Gowns, so I can get to drop everything and have moments like this!