Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: T is for … Teddy Bears

Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: T is for … Teddy Bears

T is one of the few letters that I knew right from the beginning what I wanted to right about – annnnd have stuck to it. So for T in the Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge, I would like to say that

T is for TEDDY BEARS

I don’t there’s too many of us that weren’t given a teddy bear, or something similar as a baby. But how many of you still have your treasured teddy? I know some would, but in asking that question an awful lot of hands would have gone down.

I wanting to share two very special teddy bears with you today – these are heirloom teddy bears.

This first one, was given to my mum when she was born, so is over 60 years old, and yes dear old teddy has lot a little fur, and has a little hole in one paw, but he has survived this far without surgery and is doing remarkably well considering he has had three generations of children playing with him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Now this second one is mine … he’s just Teddy, he’s never had another name. And while he’s not as old as mum’s teddy (he is over 30), I’m sure that he has had a much a harder life, as he had me as his owner. While I did love my toys, I wasn’t always the kindest to them … like when I tried to …. (actually that’ll be another story). Anyway needless to say I really did go through a phase of giving all of my teddy bears earrings and makeup, yet surprisingly there is little evidence of it these days. Today my treasured teddy resides with me.

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And while I was looking around at image of teddy bears on the internet , I found this one, and just had to share it with you all.

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2 Responses to “Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: T is for … Teddy Bears”

  1. Catherine says:

    Ahhh … that’s a beautiful post Alona. Your mum’s teddy looks just like the one my mum bought for my daughter, Kirrily Ann, when she was born :-) … he “lost” his fur too and I ended up darning him all over to keep his innards in. What a happy litte cutie your teddy is and LOVE the internet picture. Thanks!!!

  2. Pauleen says:

    Your teddies look a lot like some that have lived in our house: your Mum’s and my daughters’. Cute.

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