Thursday, 29 April 2010

29th April 2010







Sometimes you don't need any words .

14 comments:

Middle Cottage Diary said...

haha my boss at work had to buy 3 duplicate sheep as her baby would not put it down but it was getting filthy so she now swaps them round in the night!

Tilly said...

Fantastic!
My daughter (now 13) has a tiny beanie Tinky-Winky (from the Teletubbies). She's had him since she was about 2 years old. He is rather disgusting looking now but she refuses to 'retire' him. He has holes in his ears and we've had to make replacement feet. I daren't put him in the washing machine anymore as I think he might disintegrate!

Louise said...

Nowt worse for wear! x

driftwood said...

I put a kitten teddy of Miss K's in the washing machine. She has NEVER forgiven me - the fur went all matted and the stuffing disolved. I bought a new one, but it wasn't the same........

Sarahs House said...

You mean thing, he looks so concerned.LOL.

S x

Simone said...

Fantastic post! What a range of emotions! I love the smile at the end!

LizzieJane said...

I remember when my daughter was small and I used to wash her stuffed mouse... she had the same look while she was waiting for it to dry. Priceless photo's. Have a lovely weekend.
x

Tina said...

Oh Lisa! You are so right...sometimes, you don;t need words! So gorgeous:) ~ Tina xx

Thimbleanna said...

Awww. That's SO sweet! I'm glad those two little buddies have been reunited!

Carol said...

They are all cute,inculing the rosey cheeked one.
I have my LouLou in my wardrobe which I was given when I was 2. She is knitted, a little poodle dog. But sadly she has been washed and cuddled so much she is full of holes. I cannot part with her though! I was talking to my Sis the other day and showing her Gnome N03...I was saying maybe I could ask you to make a copy of LouLou.
Cx

Farmyard Crafts said...

OUCH! I'm not sure they like being hung up by their ears! ;)

GeraldF_Rotter雅慧 said...

GOOD........................................

andamento said...

Lovely photos all.

Julie Rutter said...

Oh, I know that look. I've just found another another Bunbun, Islay's comforter, online so I can wash the existing one. He's becoming a health and safety hazard but the last time I washed him was very traumatic for all involved - fingers crossed the new one will be accepted! Juliex