You put cotton balls inside this bunny, and then pull them out the end! I used to have a kangaroo like this that got broken (stupid cats!) so I was happy to find this little dude!
He is living on top of our bookshelf right now, I'm not sure how the cats would act if they could get to him. I still am not committed to a name, but I like Merlin, which someone suggested in the comments.
A little set of Winnie the Pooh toys! They are from 1966 and stuffed with sawdust. I'm not a huge Pooh fan or anything, but I love the style of these, they remind me of dream pets. You can see a full set here. I need Kanga and Tigger!
My little pop culture haul! Like I said, I have been looking for a talking Pee Wee for a long time! I really think that Pee Wee had a HUGE influence on me as a kid. I am also really excited about my ET lunch box! It is a little rusty, BUT it was WAY cheaper than the one I saw at an antique mall for 60 dollars. I loved it so much I actually entertained paying that much. I'm glad I waited.
The only Christmas I ended up buying. I couldn't resist the Christmas card list box. I hadn't ever seen one before (well, except for online). The chippy Santa mug will look good on my mantle this year.
Some vintage science books. The lady selling these wanted just 10 cents a piece! She was so cute and exclaimed that she loved that we were buying her books and she hopes that her great grandchildren will know what a book is. I LOVE the cover on The Everyday Atom.
Two mid century trays. I'm going to see how much I can clean them up. For a buck I figured I could take a chance. The vendor was kind of pushy and I was happy to give him a dollar to get him to leave me alone. I guess that works for him!
And a few records. Half of my records are holiday ones! I love that John Denver and the Muppets album. My grandmother bought me the tape when I was small and it has always been one of my favorites. And of course some more Halloween albums.