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November 07, 2008

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Lorraine

So sweet! You're going to have to come up with some kind of seagull- that is just too good to pass up!

It really is amazing how not being marketed to all the time can make such a difference! My daughter wanted an Elphaba doll after we saw Wicked last year, but she made her own out of an old (rarely played with anyway) Barbie and a green Sharpie. She tied on a piece of black fabric and - voila!

Good luck with the witch and of course the seagull - I'm going to have to keep my eye out, too...

Jean

Well good news on the health front (I guess) although the whole process is beyond annoying, right?

The Christmas story is SO sweet. What a cutie. I have a feeling you're going to be spending a lot of time shopping looking for those two items. Although she'll probably forget she asked for them by the time Christmas rolls around. :)

Jennie

Glad nothing is seriously wrong with you!

I found this poseable seagull courtesy of Google (I love a challenge!) http://www.interfauna.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/InterfaunaLink/SEAZ5DOW/73418 although I think it looks more like a vulture.

I am thinking that some aquariums or zoos may have a seagull in their on-line stores, and maybe even the Nature Conservancy or similar organization would have something.

For a witch you could get her either the Wicked Witch or Glenda the Good Witch from the Wizard of Oz line. I know McDonald's had small versions of the wicked witch a couple of years ago in their Happy Meals.

Rae

I'm so glad you got a clean bill of health. Scary stuff. As far as your daughter's wish list that is just PRICELESS. I'm so sick of Maggie's "can I have that's" that I'm ready to turn off the tv too. argh.
hugs to you friend....
rae

Summer

So glad to hear the news on the health front.

Love the something sweet Christmas story. Just goes to show how much influence TV can have on kids.

Heather

Glad you got a clean bill of health.

The internet is best for searching for odd Xmas gift requests. The other thing is that this is where parents can plant ideas into their children's brains about what they might want, which usually coincides with what the parents are will to buy and allow their children to have. So cute though!!!

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