CONTACT: You can find me in The May Queen's bed, or sometimes stuck between the wall and the bed, and occasionally at the bottom of the toy box.
OBJECTIVE: To become real.
EDUCATION: Although I have no formal education, I am well versed in bedtime stories and songs, having listened to them night after night for nearly 5 years.
RELATED EXPERIENCE: October 2002 - September 2003 The May Queen's Main Squeeze
As The May Queen's Main Squeeze I have been key in establishing bedtime and naptime routines. I have helped to resolve many problems, such as hurt knees and toddler tantrums. I have also been a key conversationalist with MQ, either with the help of an outside voice or merely as a silent but active listener, helping her to develop social and language skills. I have also, from time to time, played patient to her doctorings.
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: The rattle inside of me helps to give away the position of a hiding child, or alert parents to the nighttime wanderings of a child. I am blue, MQ's favorite color. My fur is a bit matted, but I am washable. I travel well, and am perfectly happy with a seat in coach or a place in the suitcase. I am soft and huggable. My feelings are not easily hurt when I am temporarily replaced by a flashier unicorn or giraffe, or given a new name. I am adaptable and resilient.
EXPECTED SALARY: Lots of love and hugs.
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