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June 10, 2012

Your Teddy Bear

Is there anything better then snuggling up with your Teddy Bear for a phone session with Mommy? I love watching you, hold him close, as you try to talk around the paci in your mouth! You look so adorable! I used to have my very own teddy bear when I was growing up, I called him Prissy Bear. I don’t think he was none to happy with that considering he was a boy. I was only 3 when I got him, so to me the gender of my snuggle bear was not important. My Daddy however, would always try to correct me. Again, I didn’t care, it was Prissy Bear that was the end of it as far as I was concerned. I no longer have Prissy Bear due to my brother tossing him in a creek and then putting a bunch of mud and big rock on top of him. Poor Prissy Bear. Perhaps if I had named him “Mucho Macho Kick you in the Nads if you Bury Me In a Bunch of Mud Bear” he still might be with me today. So give Me a call sometime, and get yourself all babied up and have a nice little Teddy Bear Phone Session with me, so I don’t miss my Prissy Bear so much. Love, Mommy Liz 888.430.2010
December 20, 2009

A Very Special Poem

I was strolling home from work just after midnight Christmas Eve Watching snowflakes softly decorate the houses and the trees, I had worked a double shift and I was tired from head to toe But I chose to walk back home instead of driving in the snow. As I hummed a Christmas song I had a picture in my head Of my children dreaming joyous dreams all bundled in their beds, And I thought of my dear wife who would be waiting up for me With a plate of Christmas cookies and a nice hot cup of tea. Then “splutt!” and object hit me and it knocked me off my feet, Then “thwack!” another struck and laid me flat out in the street. By the time a third one nailed me, ricocheting off my back, I was scrambling to a nearby bush to hide from this attack. My first thought was of hoodlums throwing snowballs just for fun And I vowed to seek revenge on them before the night was done, But it soon became apparent that this substance wasn’t snow From the fresh and pungent odor which was wrinkling up my nose. As I sat there in confusion trying to sort the whole thing out, I heard jingling from above and then a voice began to shout, And I stared in stunned amazement from my now quite frozen seat As Santa’s sleigh and reindeer landed swiftly in the street. Well Santa rushed right over and extended me a hand And his grip was quite impressive as he quickly helped me stand, Then he scowled at all his reindeer as his eyes surveyed the scene And he handed me a moistened towel to wipe my clothing clean. “I’m sorry.” he said to me, “for any harm I’ve caused you, It’s my reindeer’s fault, of course, but they insist they never saw you, And when you fly around the world with reindeer I’m afraid, That people getting hit is just a hazard of the trade.” Then he walked me to his sleigh and let me stroke the reindeer’s fur, And I thought I heard them snicker but I couldn’t say for sure, Then Santa shook my hand and when convinced I was alright, He hopped back inside his sleigh and they flew off into the night. When morning came and all my children’s presents were unwrapped I motioned for them both to come and sit upon my lap, And their eyes began to widen and they stared with gaping jaws As I spoke in vivid detail of my night with Santa Claus. My wife then brought us over one last present from the tree And she said it was from Santa and she handed it to me. Inside was an umbrella made completely out of steel With a note from Santa calling it a “Flying Reindeer Shield.” Now every year at Christmas I display the shield with lights, With a varnished piece of reindeer dung I salvaged from that night, And I gather all my loved ones and retell the tale with glee Of my special night with Santa when his reindeer pooped on me. Stacie 1-888.430-2010