Here’s the deal: A friend-of-a-friend has a little girl with a rare blood disease that has her in and out of the hospital. On one recent stay, she misplaced one member of a five-piece Yo Gabba Gabba set that she loved.
This is the set:
Toodee (the blue guy, second from left) is the one missing.
In trying to replace him, her mom discovered that the set was a limited-edition Toys R Us product that was only sold last Christmas. So it can be found online — but only at “Collector’s Edition” prices.
So here’s what we need you to do. Check your toy boxes, junk drawers and playrooms for this guy. He’s about 4″ tall and plastic.
If your little ones can do without him, let’s send him on to this little girl. (Even better: If you can part with the whole set, we’ll get that to her in case anyone else goes missing!)
Thanks, y’all — happy hunting!
Update: The perfect Toodee was discovered in a toy box by the daughter of one of my RichmondMommies friends. She graciously gave up her old pal so that he could rejoin his friends and make another girl very happy. Yay for finding him, and yay for generous kids who do the right thing!
Despite an oppressive heat wave (100+ degrees!), Joe is having a great summer so far!
Last week, we went to Alexandria to visit our friends Anita and Kaden. Like Joe, Kaden just turned 2 and is doing things on his own time. It was nice for Joe to be at a playdate with someone his age and not get trampled or left in the dust! I wish we lived closer together.
We couldn’t make a trip to that part of the state without a stop at Ikea — love that place! Among the finds that day was a little green potty chair for Joe. He’s a long way from knowing or caring what it’s for, but seriously. LOOK AT THIS:
On the orders of his ophthalmologist, Joe has started to wear an eye patch so that his eyes will learn to share the work they do. It’s only 90 minutes a day, six days a week (four on the left eye, two on the right). He was a little annoyed by it at first, but is growing to tolerate it pretty well.