18 July 2010

Oh look, an adorable and homemade teddy bear


Oh it's homemade alright, I can't think how anything could be more homemade. It looks like it's made from some kind of leather right? Not so fast.

Apartment Therapy picked up a story from Inhabitots that explains what this is and how it was made. You'll never guess. Seriously. Never in a million years will you guess how this is made. Can't handle the mystery anymore? Check out Inhabitots' Five Fun Things You Can Do with Your Baby's Placenta.

Ask before you pick up somebody's teddy bear, you never know where its been.

12 comments:

  1. Um, thanks ?

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  2. OK, I want to see the psych profile for your average A-tard-ment Therapy writer.

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  3. You could be just the woman to turn things around there Raina. Change comes from within you know.

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  4. What's the big deal? That's what I did with my baby's placenta. NO I DIDN"T!!! KIDDING!!!

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  5. Did you just eat it instead?

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  6. Everyone knows you're supposed to bury the placenta under your front door to ward off evil spirits!! Now there's some poor child who'll be haunted forever by demon ghosts (and the image of that bear).

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  7. Well, Sharon seems to have eaten hers. What do you suppose that does to the bad ju ju?

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  8. According to my Santeria heritage both are acceptable practices for protecting the soul of a baby.

    FYI - next to the placenta teddy bear is a cutesy ad for kids' clothes. Kinda funny... ; )

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  9. Considering the first Footballs were crudely made from inflated pig blatters, we certainly have come a long way as a Society.

    Take that statment any way you wish. :)
    -Brenda-

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  10. Oh. My. God. I am sitting here next to my husband and I about choked on my tea when I read placenta and gasped.
    Wow.

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