Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Bear's Paris To-Do List

 Bear was thrilled to see Lenotre featuring chocolate teddy bears this Easter/Pacque.
 Bear plans to shop a bit in Paris on rue Vavin, these bear booties from Berlingot are on his to-buy list.
 A bear hat from gawd knows where...
 For browsing doudous/stuffed animals Once Upon A Time/il etait une fois...1, rue Casette 75006
 Hopefully this clown bear is still there...
 French bear erasers are essential.
 He's reading Bringing Up Bebe while I throw things at the suitcase. Bear has a sandbox interview with author Pamela Druckerman on his to-do list(!)
 This means homework like eating 'formule' lunches...
 Plus snacks/gouter only at 4:30 pm.
And 'adult time' with a marshmallow/guimauve nounours femme.
Miam Miam

15 comments:

  1. Bear sounds very self-sufficient. I'm sure he'll find lots to entertain himself. Love those little round watercolor stackable things--I have one of those. They're cheap paints, but I keep thinking I should empty those and put in my own paints from tubes!

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    1. The problem with that brill idea Sue is the tube paints will dry and shrink since their a different formula than in the pans.
      But it's worth a try.

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  2. Lucinda11:09 AM

    Love Bear's hot marshmallow date in Paris!
    at last some L'Amour at PB!!

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  3. Hi...Paris in my beary mind :)

    Absolutely a MustToDoList! That Chokolate Teddy so adorable, cute is also the bear Hat... Wow! And What to say But to Dream about the Clown Bear :D

    ...that is something to wait for!
    Hugs
    Kikka

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  4. I want to try those stackable paints! The bear is adorable carol!

    Please do come over to visit, I have a New Giveaway I think you will love!

    Xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  5. Elizabeth12:23 PM

    On my own to-do list will be getting ribbon to wrap gifts of a beautiful Paris postcard or two for friends.
    I think I'll try BHV for the ribbon. Anyway, this should make for a lovely, low-cost present.
    I want to visit Moustaches on rue des Archives to see if I can find any inexpensive pet gifts or small doggie signs. Hope you make it there. Your post some time ago made me curious about the place. I love to wander all over to look for unusual things which I will buy if cheap enough. I have my favorite haunts. One terrific shop with small bears wearing delightful clothes (matching child size outfits for their owners) disappeared last year. It wasn't far from the Cinema Christine in the 6e. I kicked myself for not buying one of those tiny bears!!
    I'll arrive a week from today.
    J'espere que tu t'amuse bien!! :)
    Elizabeth

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  6. Bonjour Carol. I just finished the Pamela Druckerman book. I was surprised at how good it was, professionally researched and well written. I hope Bear gets to meet her in Paris. If not, he can always find comfort in the company of a "nounours guimauve." They were my favorite candy when I was a child. Some things never change ;-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

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  7. Who knew? So much for a bear to do in Paris!
    I hope that he can get into the French eating schedule like a proper bebe.
    I love that clown bear.
    Have a great trip!

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  8. Is it my imagination or does that big bear behind the clown bear look a lot like Ozzie?
    Bon Voyage!

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  10. Yoohoo, gouter in 2 minutes!
    See you later! ;-)

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  11. Have a fantastic trip - Paris in Spring is amazing

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  12. Very cute....and how gorgeous are those little bear erasers!!!!

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  13. Patricia in Mn7:24 PM

    Dearest Carol and Bear—;
    Love love love the post!
    May dear Bear get his wishes and heart’s desires…;J
    As always, simply delighted with your blog!
    Patricia

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  14. LOVE your photos that include your Bear! Thought about doing a book of your Bear and his adventures in France? :)

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