I have 3 teddies that were my late wife’s. I keep them for sentimental reasons. My gt grandson likes to pick them up. That’s fine except he’s completely outwitted me as to where the third one’s gone-
I did this stuff to relatives when i was a kid. My kids do it to me. It’s a complimwnt, even though it is frustrating. It is them saying “hey I care about the things you care about and i want to feel connected to you through these things that are special to you”
Don’t feel bad, I got punked by my cat this morning. Fuzzy arse.
He’s a bundle of energy. A favourite is that ‘game’ babies/toddlers have loved playing for decades, called ‘chuck it in the toilet’.
I am familiar with that one lol
I am 37 and have a stuffie Tiger named Hobbes.
The missing Teddy has been found. The eldest daughter came to do some cleaning and found it in the wardrobe.
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