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    Default What to do when the comforter starts falling apart?

    My 2 year olds much loved 'bunny' is starting to fall apart. The seams are coming apart and im not sure it wil survive another wash (one of the reasons i havent washed it in 3 months ).

    What should i do? He is so attached to this thing, hes had it with him since he was about 2 weeks old.

    He sleeps with it and when hes tired or upset its is go to guy. We lost it once and he screamed for 2 hours before i gave him fenergan to make him go to sleep.

    What do it do??

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    Default What to do when the comforter starts falling apart?

    How about taking your child shopping to get 'bunny' a special friend (ie new comforter) for a Christmas present?
    Your child could name the 'friend' help you wrap it etc. hopefully by the time bunny is no longer with you, the new 'friend' will provide comfort...

    Good luck!

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