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What was the name of your favorite stuffed animal when you were young?

  1. W. K. Hayes profile image93
    W. K. Hayesposted 7 years ago

    What was the name of your favorite stuffed animal when you were young?

    Mine was Brown Bear. He was this oversized brown bear with big eyes and a happy looking face and yes, I slept with my teddy bear every night or I couldn't sleep at all.

  2. MimiKat33 profile image76
    MimiKat33posted 7 years ago

    A small dark brown stuffed bear named Teddy. He was the old fashioned standing bear, I hugged him so much his neck wore thin and tore a bit and my mom performed "surgery" with recovery time later smile

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    Teddy B, a brown and white teddy bear with button eyes.  My best friend until Orvie came along a little later--a yellow stuffed dog.

  4. wychic profile image89
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    Pony, it was a little black stuffed horse with a white blaze. That said, it was my security blanket that I always had to have -- it was a crib-sized quilt made out of old denim that my step-grandmother made while my mom was pregnant with me, she'd hand-painted baby animals on the squares. I still have that blanket, though it's so worn out now that I don't dare give it to my daughter.

    My son must be a heck of a lot more creative than me -- his favorite toy is a teddy bear named Woody Lotso Bear.

  5. cristinacruz1231 profile image57
    cristinacruz1231posted 7 years ago

    A big peach-colored teddy bear that I named Paul. He was too big for me back then so it sat at the corner of my bed day and night. When I was big enough to carry it, I shared it with my playmates at day time and sleep with it at night.

 
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