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!
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!
Nowt worse for wear! x
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........
You mean thing, he looks so concerned.LOL.S x
Fantastic post! What a range of emotions! I love the smile at the end!
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
Oh Lisa! You are so right...sometimes, you don;t need words! So gorgeous:) ~ Tina xx
Awww. That's SO sweet! I'm glad those two little buddies have been reunited!
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
OUCH! I'm not sure they like being hung up by their ears! ;)
Lovely photos all.
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
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