Photo Tuesday

April 6, 2010 at 2:41 pm | Posted in Giggles, Lollipop, Photo Tuesday | 26 Comments

Lollipop and Bunny

Giggles and Mouse

Creature Comforts
“Ah, how good it feels! The hand of an old friend.” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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  1. So sweet!! I love the way your find a quote to match the theme and pictures. (You inspired me to do it for last week’s You Capture challenge by the way!)

  2. Aw, adorable! Our “creatures” were blankies.
    Great quote.

  3. Hannah has an “Ellie” that looks just like Bunny but is an elephant. So cute. And Luke I think may have the same cuddly mouse! I wish i had something that gave me so much comfort!

  4. There is nothing better than a well-worn lovie. My kids all chose blankies but my brother (now 30) still has his “bob-dog” stuffed animal from his childhood. His wife put it up on a shelf in their bedroom for him.

  5. Very cute!

    My son has never picked a favorite friend, but I had a bear I slept with until I was way, way too old.

    • Lollipop has my old bear. And I don’t mind admitting I borrow him back for a little comfort myself on the tough days. =>

  6. Sorry, I can’t get past the fact that you have craft skills. Glue guns. Wow. And whatever foreign language you were speaking with that baseball talk was excellent. As for Scrabble, I’m hopeless. Should be good. But not. Because I’m so busy trying to pull out the best word that I fail to make the best score. Happy to sing Kumbayah, but. Harmony?

  7. Whoops…just realised I commented on wrong post. But you knew where I was going with that, right?

    • Yep, I gotcha. Also, good to know you have Scrabble and sing Kumbayah Down Under. =>

  8. Beautiful images!!! I love bunnies!!!

  9. We just got back from a vacation in which my daughter (again) rode with her three “Pookies” (little bears) stuck in her seat next to her in the car. How much longer, I wonder?

  10. Love the pictures. (My boys had other animals, and one carried a lego construction for years, that he was constantly reconfiguring.)

    Precious at that age!

    • My son’s “other” lovey is a Thomas the Train toothpaste box. Not nearly as cute as his mouse when we photograph it, though … =>

  11. Oh, kids and their loveys…so sweet. Love her dress, by the way!

  12. So cute! I love the quote. My son doesn’t have a lovey as such, for all that I’ve tried to encourage it. I’ve even given him one of my old ones, but no luck. I guess the upside is that I don’t have to worry about the inevitable lost lovey crisis…

  13. I love these photos.
    My daughter has Ducky. Ducky is number one. (and then there are various sidekicks like Baby bear and Bunny).
    But Col, slut that he is, sleeps with whatever has caught his current fancy. Right now it’s an Atlantic moon snail shell his grandpa brought him. It has also been: roofing screws, railroad spikes, cherry tomatoes, a zucchini, Beatrix Potter books, lego creations, and his entire rock collection. I find it totally enchanting.
    If I didn’t have my husband, I might sleep curled up with a book or a hunk of chocolate.

  14. So cute…my Little Man has a penguin he takes everywhere:)

  15. I love when kids have special loveys…so sweet!

  16. I think my son and your daughter have the same favorite bunny! Great captures!

  17. Oh, I love this. I still have my “old friends” from when I was small. And, I admit, sometimes they still bring me comfort.

  18. This is super cute! My son’s have their comfort buddies too…a 6+ year old Elmo and a relatively new stuffed Woody. Yours are WAY cuter! 😉

  19. What really cute pictures!!

  20. i love the first shot!

    also, i’m a teeny bit envious that your kiddos seem to have latched on to things all cute and cuddly (easter prizes?). mine wanted only the bucket.

  21. How sweet that they carry their special animals with them!

  22. this is super sweet. i look a photo of my little one with her lovey too.

  23. Perfect, perfect quote. Nothing says love quite like the sight of a soft, once-clean object dangling from the tight grasp of a child.


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