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Why do we outgrow toys?  I remember fondly my stuffed animal collection from my childhood.  I had over 100!  Each one had a name and a special order on my bed.  They had to go in the right order.  O.k….I have OCD, but I do treasure the comfort I got from hugging them tightly when I was down.  There was a delight in the feel of soft fur under my hands.  And sometimes they were a friendly face to talk to when I had secrets to share.  My daughter is 17 but she still loves her fake fur babies.  She squealed with delight when I brought her a soft stuffed alpaca from a recent trip!  I hope she never loses this love for them.  There is no need….and you can recall those memories with these images if the real deal seams a little not so grown up. 😉

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My husband, William Patrick, and I play with toys and photography together….seems we have not outgrown them after all!

 

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