Yes, I have a hamster type thing that my husband bought me while holidaying in Switzerland when we were dating. I long for the stripy zebra I use to own. I don't know where he went. What's the bet I chucked him out while doing a spring clean?!
I have a very tiny white Lamb, my son gave to me 8 years ago.
I have a small cream teddy bear my other son gave to me last year.
I have a red and black ladybird teddy, my other son won for me 12 years ago.
I have them all in a wardrobe.Love them so much :)
Absolutely!!! I have my cuddly toys from my childhood,many rescued gorgeous ones from various op shops and also many utterly special 'Collector' ones. The largest one is a massive bear over 6 feet tall which I need help with to take from the bed so I can change the sheets!!! There were only about 50 of these made,worldwide,and I got it when my son was about 4! I was a very serious collector,and many of my 'children' are quite valuable now,especially the old ones from the op shops which cost jus a few cents or a dollar each! I was very lucky when I was at a flea market 25 years or more back,to get a Steiff Owl from the 50's for just 20 cents! He is very valuable,an very cute!! I also have a couple of very cute soft toys which my son has bought for me over the years,knowing how much I loved them!
Have a Monkey Pyjama holder, he was a XMAS present in 1959. His name is 'Didjeridoo' or 'Didgy' for short! He's been a toy to my four nieces' & nephews' & my own two children, & stil looks pretty good!
I've a life-sized Welsh Cardigan Corgi (couldn't get a Pembroke) & his name is 'Cymee'.
I've a fox I bought at the Royal Show years' ago, as he has a beautiful face! His name is 'Silver Fox', great originality there!
I have all of my old Beanie Kids around in a tub somewhere (50-70 bears?) my three or four favourite toys from my young childhood, several toy owls from various friends from my adult years (however few years I've been an adult) and a toy smurf that my mum once gave me because I was feeling blue (she has great humour) that sits along with the owls.