Cluttercatcher: Cooper and panda triplets

February 15th, 2009

I’ve had countless –and very close— personal relationships over the years with stuffed animals —my own; my kids’ , the ones my husband won at the county fair—most of them winding up in huge bags donated to charity.

I never got to see where they ultimately landed and who loved them after we did— the way I got to see Cooper fall in love the minute he adopted my daughter’s panda triplets.

Look at those faces. Four great reasons to be cluttercasting.

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  1. bargainmom08
    February 15th, 2009 at 10:27 | #1

    Nothing cuter than a panda face except that of a smiling child! This picture is precious!! The reason I love Christmas so very much, is seeing the expressions of the children as they open their gifts. As a retired professional photographer, I loved to catch that expression and frame it as a gift to mom and dad. The innocence of that laugh and smile says it all. We, as adults, could learn a lot from that.


  2. February 15th, 2009 at 19:22 | #2

    Kudos on being a survivor, on your marvelous spirit and on your incredible generosity in not selling, but giving away things you think others might love.


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