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December 01, 2006

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My daughter had a teletubbie named "Bubbie." I can't stand teletubbies, but she loved this little green guy. I never, even for a minute, thought of him as a teletubbie. He was just Bubbie, N's good friend.

sorry....in my house oscar takes a back seat to blue...aka the cookie monster. but personally, i'm a grouch man myself so you tell your daughter to keep up the good work.

Very cute! My son slept with a plastic rice scooper for a while. That's definitly not soft and cuddly!

Sometimes kids see things we don't. And isn't it great?

Neither of my kids have adopted a lovey... I think it's a little sad! Very sweet story.

I have many fond memories of my Oscar the Grouch toy when I was a kid :)

Oscar was my main man, alongside Kermie. GO GREEN.

I loved Oscar as a child too. I always felt he was just misunderstood and if people would have just left him alone, all would have been well. Everyone else on Sesame Street just seemed a little too cheerful to me.
That probably explains a lot :o)

Nice post, and fun switcheroo!

I certainly didn't intend for my toddler to bond with the symbol for the U.S. Republican party, but like Erin and Oscar, I now dearly love my son's Ella Fitzgelephant. And I see it as symbolic that I respect his choices even if they wouldn't be my choices.

I guess sweetness, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.

Awww, sweet.

If only all grouches were soft and cuddly like Oscar... maybe all they need is a little love and attention.

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