When you are a child, imagination and reality don’t just exist on the same plane but commingle and embrace manifesting certain emotions and reactions that simply can’t be matched by adults. For a moment in time, if you are fortunate enough to believe in a safe world where fairies gift, princesses charm, dinosaurs roam, baby-dolls want and vehicles morph, that good fortune fosters creativity, empathy and confidence. Being able to suspend reality as an adult, and step into the imagination of a child on almost a daily basis is one of the greatest gifts the toy industry has given me. It’s not, however, the greatest gift. The greatest gift has been the relatibility to my own children. Regardless of what my daughters’ choose to do with their life, we connect with our imagination today.