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Originally Posted by BowNessMonster
I box them up every so often and rotate&donate.
I will never forget the day I gave away Curly Sue It was dd's first dolly love; Nana had given her to DD. She was "just" a thrift store dolly, nothin' special (to me anyway ) with annoying felted hair that I could never brush through. She got another dolly for her birthday and I slipped Curly Sue into the outgoing box. When dd noticed, it was utter devastation. "but Mama! I loved Curly Sue!!!" She still, to this day many years later, sees pics of her 'nursing' Curly Sue and gets sad and asks why I gave her away. The only thing that gives her any comfort is that I told her Curly Sue belongs to a little girl now who had never had a dolly before and it made Curly Sue happy to go and love her.
Rockin' mama to Allison (9), Asher (5) and Alethea (3), head over heels in love with my sexy husband, Tony.
Originally Posted by Wugmama
My dd had to visit the ER three times last year for astham attacks and once got admitted. The time she got admitted, they gave her a little bean bag puppy to play with, and when she went up to her room for the night the ER staff said she could keep the puppy.
But I was able to cull out two bags full of her stuffed animals that all looked like new and bring them to the hospital. It made it easier to give up the stuffed animals knowing first hand how they might really make a difference for a kid who winds up in the hospital!
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