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comfort toys!!! hurrah for them right? what are yours? blankets, teddies, etc etc...
what are their names and do they have a cool story? just interested - everyones a kid at heart right?

i had 2.
a teddy and a dog.

so what were yours? hee hee

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My Blankey. It was white once, I swear. That thing is so old that it has turned a lovely shade of grey. But it still has it's silk.

It's older than I am.

My Grampa gave me a teddy bear when I turned one. It's old, flat, and threadbare. Behold, the price of a child's love.

Where did your Christ come from?! From God and a Woman! Man had nothing to do with him!
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a stuffed dog. black lab. ive had him since i was 2. hes been through alot. hes always there for me. when im sick, or sad.
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I had a toy monkey. it was a soft toy called mongo. I took him EVERYWHERE with me. My grandad gave him to me and I still take him to camping or sleepovers with me to help me sleep. *blush*

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I have a blanket, i guess i have had it since i was born, i don't ever remmember not having it. It's all yellow, and still soft...Well maybe its not exactly yellow anymore, but close....

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I have 2 comfort objects:

My blanket I've had from about 7 or 8 years ago. It's baby blue and soft.

Then, my stuffed duck. It's huge, and yellow, it has to be on my bed when I am. Ive had that for about 5 years.

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ummm...I have a couple comfort things:

My dog, BUBBA, I've had him since I was 8 and he is big and furry, nice to sleep with when scared of the monsters in the closet

My teddy bear, Berry, I stole him from a church when I was 4. Actually I didn't steal it, I just didn't give the day care lady the choice, I was holding on for it for dear life! Now it's in my nieces possesion sitting at her tea party table.

My scrap book/journal thingie. I made at for a project in psychology as how I define myself. It started off that way but after I got it back I justa added and added and added now it cosist of 3 mead composition books with cut outs, pictures, quotes, thoughts, etc. in them with a overstretched rubberband wrapped around them to keep all 3 together. And I take it everywhere with me...can't leave home with out it

"I am the sum of my parts and infinitely more so. The hum of my brain, the curve of my torso. The spark of my wit, the depth of my heart. Size is no measure in such a work of art" (from a Hanes Her Way ad)

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