Several years ago, 9-year-old Hannah Feda pointed out to her mom Connie that no dolls look like her. Hannah has Down Syndrome, so she was right — none of the dolls she owned or saw in catalogs resembled her.
This sparked an idea in Connie’s mind — Why not create a doll for children with Downs? She saw that there were already such dolls on the market, but she was dissatisfied with them, so she started working with doll-maker and sculptor Karen Scott to develop the perfect doll for Hannah and other children with special needs.
In the meantime, here’s a look at the prototypes…
And as an additional feature, you can even order yours with a scar from heart surgery.