Friday, May 8, 2009

Lonsdale Wonderland Fundraising Event

Firstly, to all the new people on our mailing list, THANKYOU and WELCOME!
This is a quick note to let you know that there's going to be a fundraising event on Lonsdale
Street Braddon. We hope that you will be able to make it on 31st May 2009, as all procceds go towards Cancer Council's "Australia's Biggest Morning Tea" iniative.
It starts at 10am till 12.30pm. Come dressed in Alice In Wonderland attire and enjoy a fabulous morning tea with friends and family.
There will be:
Raffle Tickets, Art Show, Face Painting, Flea market, Books, Clothes, Jewellery, Bake Sale.

LittleOwl Shop On Line

We will be launching LittleOwl's
on-line store 7pm Monday 11th May 2009.
Finally it will be up and running. We've had many people waiting and we thank everyone for their patience.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Sophie la girafe

My name is Sophie, but many people know me as Sophie la Girafe. I thought that I should introduce myself as there are 30 million of me out there in the big wide world. I was born in the olden days 25th May 1961 in France. But I still look exactly the same, no wrinkles, no nothing. I guess that it is true when they say that French woman age well.
I was the first exotic wildlife figure on the market. My father, Monsieur Rampeau made me small enough so that I would be fit in a baby's small hands. I am great for a teething baby.
I am made from 100% natural rubber derived from the sap of the Hevea tree. I was designed to stimulate baby's 5 senses.
Sight. My dark and contrasting spots make me recognisable to baby. I soon become a familiar and reassuring object.
Hearing. I squeak which will keep baby amused. This helps baby to understand the link between cause and effect.
Taste. I am perfect for soothing baby's sore gums when teething and I am completely safe. I am made from 100% natural rubber and food paint.
Touch. I am very light and soft to touch.
Smell. The singular scent of natural rubber makes me easy to identify.
I love being around children and watching them grow. This is what I have been doing for 48 years now and have been passed down from generation to generation.
Most of all, I love having my tummy makes me squeak.
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