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dressup for girls who love fashion - Mr. Dressup
Mr. Dressup - Tickle Trunk Treasures (3 Pack Red, Green, Blue)
Mr. Dressup - Tickle Trunk Treasures (3 Pack Red, Green, Blue)
In this series, Ernie Coombes hosts this simple formated TV as Mr. Dressup. With his puppet friends, originally Casey and his dog Finnegan, he teaches pre-school subjects with games, music and simple activities. To add to the fun, Mr. Dressup would always open up his tickle trunk that contains any costume for any role he wants. The character of Mr. Dressup was introduced on "MisteRogers" (1962), the Canadian-produced ancestor of _"Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" (1967 This was a cool show. I use to watch it all the time when I was younger. It's a really good show for children. The puppets were neat too. It They need to make more shows like this for children. If you ever see a rerun of this show I recommend your kids watching this show. It's a great show for kids.

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Mr. Dressup
Mr. Dressup
ahh...when all the photographic stars align... not to be confused with the long-lived and much beloved Mr. Dressup, AKA Ernie Coombs, who kept Canadian children spellbound on CBC TV from 1967-1996. Rest in peace, Mr. Coombs, knowing that you still have the power to pop into our heads 10 years after your passing. amazing. here's to a most pictureful weekend to all, and an especially happy - and safe - long weekend, flickr friends to our south.
#163/366 - Playing Dressup
#163/366 - Playing Dressup
Day 163 For threesixtyfive's theme Bad Hair Day, for 365 Days, for FGR and Wig It. There are only two wigs in my house, and they both belong to my five-year-old daughter. One is a blue curly clown wig and the other is this pink hat attached to long blond pigtails. I think I liked this one better. This is a first for me - I usually avoid the dressup-type themes for my 365.

dressup for girls who love fashion
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