Wednesday, April 30, 2008

A Girl and her Bear!!!!

So, I have been thinking about making a post about this for a few weeks now. I felt like maybe everyone would think it was really dumb, but then I realized that this is a Journal that I plan on giving Juliana some day so I need to journal about the things that are important to her. One of the most important things to Juliana is her "Ayva Bear". Her little friend Ayva gave her this bear for Valentines day (thus the name) and ever since it has had to go everywhere with her. She just loves this bear. It is who she talks to, sleeps with, plays with and tries to bathe with. So, I thought I would post about her love....
Juliana giving Ayva Bear kisses at the park!!!! She really loves this bear.
Juliana taking pictures of her Ayva Bear. I let her try and take a few pictures. I love to see what she sees!!!!
Running and exploring at the park together....
I asked her what she was doing and she told me she was picking flowers for Ayva Bear. Do you see Ayva Bear behind her? She is even potty training Avya Bear and I am frequently making Juliana's "big girl" panties fit on Ayva Bear. I am almost afraid to wash Ayva Bear for fear that something will happen to her and then I don't know what I would do.


5 comments:

Erika said...

That's so cute! I love the pictures. Maybe having my girl potty train a stuffed animal would be a good idea. Maybe some motivation!

Karley said...

Ahw! Everyone needs a "bear"!

Stacy & Mark said...

Bryanna has a funny attachment to a stuffed animal as well...its pretty cute how they interact with these inatimate objects...she is so adorable!

Kuky said...

:) That's so cute, potty training her!

I have a friend who used to work at a toy store. She always tells me that if Isabelle forms an attachment to one of her toys to buy two of them. One for a back up. This is because she would frequently see children coming in with their parents trying to replace a loved toy that wasn't made anymore.

Bobbie said...

I just came across your family home evening website... Please add more to it... I gave the link to a bunch of women at church who were compLaining of not being able to think of good FHE for small children. I gave them a few ideas of my own, and then a bunch of websites. Your influence has reached to australia!