Nice that he's all spiffed up. :)
He's a natural born swimmer, too!
Cute- he is handsomer than ever!
Yes, he is! All fluffy and soft now.
What a cutie! It looks like he's quite happy on your shelf.
I think he's happy. He doesn't smile, but his eyes twinkle. lol...
His eyes even look brighter. Lynne in NC
Don't they? ha. I didn't leave him in the dryer too long..I was afraid his eyes would get banged up in there. He tumbled long enough to fluff with the dryer sheet and came out. :)Hey, did you see Slate in the last post? He was nosing about the gifts.
Awww...he is a cutie ♥ I hope he enjoyed his ride in the dryer too. It's probably kind of like the tilt-a-whirl. T has a bear that he has had since childhood. He has a picture of himself with the bear when was about 4 years old. Old stuffed animals are the best. I have some that I can't give away due to sentimental value. Have you named him yet? He looks like a Hollister or Gatsby. I call our cat named Bear...Bear E. Manilow ; )
Bear E Manilow? Oh, I am laughing out loud! We had a cat Teddy, but his real name was Theodore.I have that picture of Tom...it's such a cute picture. I had a teddy bear when I was little but don't know what happened to it. In fact, I don't have have any of my childhood toys! I think mind were all passed down and didn't get saved. Sniff.
I had a teddy bear once named Kevin, but he has long since gone to the big "Garbage Bin in the Sky". I used him for target practice.
Aw, poor Kevin Bear.
Have you no shame, woman! For pity's sake, where's his trousers? How embarrassing! I had to avert my eyes. . . . . .
haha...you crack me up...Just call him Teddy Bare.
He didn't come with trousers....or should we call them khakis?
What a great place for a teddy bear rescue!!!!!
I think so! :)
I think he is really cute:))
Yes, he is! :)
He looks like a good listener and a patient one at that!
He is a good listener and I've been talking to him. Maybe I should call him Dr. Teddy. ;)
Lucky Teddy ~ all the home comforts . . .. . and a fluffy tummy . . . . Did he get dizzy? . . . . lol
Probably....and that look he gave me from the bubbles! Not sure he liked that part. ha.
Did he sing "I'm forever blowing bubbles!"How do you start a teddy bear race?READYTEDDYGOrofl . . . . .
Is that a real song? Must have been before my time. :)
Vera Lynn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qTqm42bCW4Doris Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6SXi4I47Qw
lol . . . . maybe .. . . but dear Suzie remembers it . . . . lol
I guess everyone including teddy bears love a warm bath and clean clothes. What a special new friend to grace your home.
Yes, I think they do! Especially if they were headed to the dumpster. ha.
Your descriptions of Teddy sounds like you're describing me after a warm toss in the bubbles..... a natural swimmer.... all fluffy and soft..... my eyes twinkle....a good listener..... see what I mean? Oh, he's cute too!!
You know, I thought Teddy seemed familiar....now I know why! haha......
He is handsome.
And even 'handsomer' now, right? lol....
Now he's staring at youAnd saying you should be cleaned too lol
Because it's payback or because I stink?You better watch yourself and before answering, think!hahaha....
lol payback of course was my first thoughtYou'd never stink a lot lol
Good answer thereas you visit my lair. ha.
What a sweet post. The second photo is so adorable. He's a lucky Teddy!
I like the second one, too. Such a poser! lol...
I do love the Teddy in the sudsy bath photo. So good he is the kind of bear with the hair that can be washed without looking like a matted mess when it's all over. He deserves his very own story book. When you publish it I'll take a copy or two for all my grandchildren.:0)
I thought you were writing the book! :)
:0)We'll see. Maybe you can illustrate it... if I ever get it written.
If you choose 'author' for your new job, you better get writing! haha.
How cute is that!I agree with Martha....he didn't go fuzzy....remember that poem?Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear...Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair...Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't fuzzy...Wuzzy?Oh dear....that takes me back....must teach Miss V that one !Cheers!Linda :o)
I do remember that poem! Probably the first one I ever learned! V will love it!
Fresh Teddy! His tum does look fuller - aw, he is too cute. And I bet he will be a great pal to share secrets with. :-)
He certainly is good company in the studio. And he's dried up very nicely!
Hi Betsy - lucky Teddy - bet that's the first time for ages he's been cosseted so .. and now will be much loved in his new home. I want to do something with my mother's 'dog' - Hardwick ... but he's distinctly pongy ... but he's full of sawdust and I don't think Teddy's treatment will go down well! I think he needs a specialist cleaner and some cash - not readily available .. I need to explore, so I know ... I'd like Hardwick (wire-haired fox terrier) to be around ... So pleased Teddy is happy and ready for New Year ... cheers Hilary
Harwick...aw. Yes, probably a professional dry cleaning would be best for him. I want to see him....put his picture up on your blog! ;)
Hi Betsy - I will .. Hardwick is kind of special ... Suza came over and commented that she has some links re cleaning possibilities for Hardwick .. he'd be nicer if he was spruced up! So I expect she'll send them through to me ... and I can help him smell sweet again ... cheers Hilary
I think he did very well. He sits still and is very patient.Does he have a name? Or is it Teddy?
Just Teddy....although I did find a tag on his rump that said he was Tyler. But I think I prefer Teddy. :)
Teddy bears are the best! If you check out this old post of mine you might say that I have a few :-)
Aww - another little munchkin in the house but this one won't eat you out of house and home. :)
He spruced up nicely, very cute.
He looks great! =)
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