Winnie the Pooh

18 Dec

How many of us grew up with Winnie the Pooh.  I remember reading the books by A.A. Milne.  These books were illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard.  In later years Disney gained the rights to Winnie the Pooh and made several cartoon movies with the characters.  I know those movies came in handy when my children were little.  It made my mother-in-law laugh when she came to visit our home and my husband (who is not one to break out in song) was singing a song from Winnie the Pooh to sooth our son.  I think she was amazed he even knew the words.  Oh, the wonderful things we do for our children.  Back to Pooh…what is it that endears that little bear to us?  Since 1926 this little bear has been touching our lives.



Piglet: “how do you spell love?”Pooh:”you don’t spell it, you feel it.”

“If you live to be 100.
I hope I live to be 100 minus 1 day.
So I never have to live without you.”-Winnie the Pooh

“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” -Winnie the Pooh

“If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever.” -Winnie the Pooh

Crafting with Pooh
Remember Winne the Pooh is copyrighted , with that said here are some fun crafts that remind me of Pooh bear.

The first is by Pretty Toys, it is in Russian so you will have to translate, she has made a pattern for sewing a little bear for someone special. prettytoys
I like this cute little hunny pots from Disney Family.hunny-pots-photo-260-MB-hunnypotsbeauty2

The Coloring Book has some printable coloring pages for you to printout of Pooh and his friends.winnie-pooh-100


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