Baby’s First Christmas Teddy Bear

Friday, December 7, 2012

Special White Christmas Bear Memories for a Lifetime!

Nobody ever called her Barbara Bear - all the Giant Teddy Bears call her Babs Fluffy Shags!  Babs was reading the morning Christmas Bear News when she saw it!  An ad for someone who needed a special first teddy bear.  And it was absolutely perfect for her!

Wanted: a first Christmas Teddy Bear for baby.  We have a new baby at our house, and we need a fluffy white Christmas teddy bear gift.  Teddy bear must be safe for baby to be around as we expect lots of hugs and cuddling.  Prefer a bear with experience as a first teddy bear for Christmas.  If you are a white Christmas teddy bear with a bow, please apply today!

Babs was just so excited.  She immediately wrote a letter, applying for the job:

I am a 27 inch white Christmas teddy bear, and I would love to be your baby’s first Christmas bear!  I am a fluffy and cuddly teddy bear, safe for baby to love and hug.  My name is Babs Fluffy Shags, and I’d love to spend this first Christmas with your baby… and then stay forever.

Babs waited anxiously for a reply, paws crossed for luck as she hoped to be that baby’s first Christmas teddy bear gift.

She knew she could do it.  She loved opening Christmas presents, and the baby would need help this first Christmas.  Babs Fluffy Shags could just see herself in special Christmas pictures with the baby this year, and every year to come.  It would be a tradition that she would sit by the baby opening presents. 

Maybe they would have a silly picture every single year that the baby’s Mommy and Daddy would put in a photo album of Christmas memories.  This year, it would be baby’s first Christmas teddy bear, and next year would be just as special and even more fun – because hopefully Santa would bring Babs a giant teddy bear present under the tree, too!  And then she and the baby could open their presents together.

Babs Fluffy Shags got the job! She packed her little teddy bear suitcase and hurried out the door.  She had places to go – there was a baby who needed a first Christmas teddy bear! 

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