Not been here long enough to know, darn it, but am looking forward to the answer and exploring what that answer means.
I guess my bear knowledge is barely there...but I do have a large collection of buttons that could help this little guy.
Much loved original Bear?Hobi Bear?Can't wait to find out.
Bear! I don't know which one it is, but I can swear my mother had one as a child, and I used to play with it at my grandmother's house (where it was stored). I remember that nose. I want to say we had one that was a Smokey the Bear? But it may be a different one. In any case, at one point in my life we had one. I can't wait to hear what it is.
That is one well-loved bear.
Don't know the answer, and will be very interested to find out.I have a tiny teddy on my post today.
Your first Teddy Bear? Obama's first Teddy bear? My ex-husband has all of my daughter's bears -- I think uness she took then to Maine the last time she was here. His live in found them one day when they were first together and I guess he told her not to touch them -- EVER! I'm glad he respects somebody's stuff. He happily dumped a whole bunch of mine with nary a care. Sigh.
I think it is your first.
I don't have a clue, but I'll bet that bear has had a lot of hugs.
The bear with the 'loved off' fur(and eye and part of the nose as well LOL). The one and only much cuddled, 'know all the childhood secrets' first ever bear of Bear Naked?
Your child's first bear? Or maybe the original Teddy bear named after Theodore Roosevelt?
oh if bears could tell storiesisn't it wonderful that they keep secrets :)
I have no idea but look forward to the answer. :)
From the way your question is phrased I get the impression that he is (or should be) a very well-known bear rather than one personally known to you. However, I have no idea who he is. Looking forward to the answer.
SMB got my first and second answers, ha ha!What she said.
I think I'm with Moannie and the sentiment of others that this must be where the love of Bears began. This is #1 Bear.
Is this your first bear? He looks much loved.
I would have to say Buster Bear. Someone mentioned the nose. I hadn't noticed the nose, only that one eye was missing. When I looked again, Buster Bear popped into my head. Now where did that come from?
"Teddy" after President Theodore Roosevelt
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at my age having trouble remembering names, but from his looks, guessing thats the eldest of Sally Bears brood, the one that ran off to join the circus?? think his name was Julius, or Jenkins---pretty sure it began with a "J"?
I think it's your first Teddy Bear too. It looks very loved.
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