Introducing Miss Daisy
Isn't she adorable?!
She's my newest baby. I created her myself at Build A Bear this weekend.
She looks like a chubby Winnie the Pooh in a bikini. A tummy like this is so much cuter on a bear than on a mommy.
I've never made a bear for myself until this weekend. Grandma Susan (my mommy) took both her daughters and all 5 of her grandkids to Build A Bear to celebrate my niece's, Cassidy's, 7th birthday. We had so much fun!
When asked if I wanted Daisy to be chunky and cuddly or soft and snuggly, it was an easy answer for me - chunky and cuddly! I'm sure that's what God said when He created me.
I chose not to put a "voice" in my bear. I'm tired of my kids talking back to me.
I contemplated recording "You're so beautiful and skinny" to put in my bear and then I remembered how I hate it when my kids lie to me.
So, my bear is chunky and cuddly and doesn't talk back. If she did talk, she would say "I don't skinny dip, I chunky dunk."
Cassidy and Pinky
Abi and Sophie
Ellie and Starr
Eli and Harry Pupper
The whole crew
Poor Eli is the only grandson on my side of the family. I don't have any brothers and my sister doesn't have any boys so Eli has had to teach us A LOT about boys. Sometimes we have to let him be a silly boy. This is sooooo Eli!
(notice the haircut - I fought and won this battle Friday afternoon)