VOLUME II: When the lessons of the past catapult you into the future.
Huzzah for Mommy!At out house, it was "Night-Night Bear." Sacred enough that we actually purchased a second one for sleepovers, so as not to risk the original (who still sleeps with its 19-year-old owner!)
Good job, Mom!You're in my prayers, as well, WS.
Which is exactly why we have two Blankets (yes, a capital B). One day he found the spare!!! That was a rough one.
Oh, he has three Blankies: Pooh, Blue and Other (sometimes Pillow).
Never underestimate the power of the blankie.
My folks have a picture of me sleeping in the bottom drawer of my dresser...because mom had put my blankie away there and I couldn't sleep without it.Yes, I was much smaller then.
Rev Dave, I do not know you. But the mental image of an adult man in his drawer with his blankie made me laugh out loud.WS... You are tagged. See my blog.And this is the second time on your blog that my word verification was a real word. Creepy.
Whew. 8:42 was not a moment too soon. Woo hoo for Mommy!
We had bear, and "cousin bear." cousin made sense because our daughter has many cousins and she understood the concept...and yes one day we lost, for good, bear. and she had to settle permenantly for cousin bear...sigh. so glad you found the blankie....
When he was about 3 my brother pointed to a blanket on a shelf and said "Look Mommy, it's Blankie!" You better bet she bought every last one they had. ;) Mommies are wonderful. :)Kate
I hope never again to experience that kind of panic when you can't find the "attachment object." One time a cleaning lady accidentally used my son's blankies as cleaning rags. Argh!! Fortunately, they cleaned up good as new!
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