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" Hello , nice to meet you and thank you bring me home . I have a big family in the world and I am not the first to meet you but I am the special one . And here are one little beauty story for the name of teddy bear .

In the fall of 1902, US President Roosevelt hunt in the vicinity of the Mississippi River, but there was no gain. In order to comfort the president, the fellows tied a small black bear to the tree for the president to shoot, but President Roosevelt saw the little black bear was so cute and pitiful, he couldn’t bear to kill it, and he vowed to stop hunting the black bear again. This incident was later posted on the Post by a cartoonist. As a result, President Roosevelt’s refusal to hunt the black bear triggered a wave of love for the bears. Later, in the name of President Roosevelt’s nickname "Teddy", the bear was called the bear. For "Teddy Bear", and "Teddy Bear" has become a household toy.

Each teddy bear is the special and you are the special too . I don't want you to treat me only as a gift so many on special occasions such as birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Christmas or just as an unexpected gift for cheering a loved one , but to be your loyal friends, whether you are sad or happy, I can accompany you crying or laughing"

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