Little Blue Bunny LOOKS like a bunny. He hops like a bunny. He chews on things - just like a bunny but, really, he's a squirrel.
How this happened is a little known phenomenon of stuffie space travel.
Nutsa and Acornio Acorn, Little Blue Bunny's parents, are Stuffie-World Renowned Astrosquirrels. They have explored the planets of Bunnyvania and Foxler. Their next mission might be to the underwater world of Oceanslovakia. Not right now, though. Nutsa is expecting child number ??. I lost count after Foxleer - he's soooo cute!
Nutsa took the first trip by an expectant squirrel mother to Bunnyvania - EVER. Space travel can effect things like being pregnant, so Nutsa ended up giving birth to Little Blue Bunny on Bunnyvania. She was not due to have her squirrelkin for several days.
It was a Universe-shaking event because this had never happened. And when Little Blue Bunny was born, well, his parents were very, very surprised. They were so surprised they insisted on tests to make sure they got the right baby.
Here's the thing. No one, not even the residents of Bunnyvania knew this. Bunnyvania has other creatures living on it - not just bunnies. Their offspring look like the parents. They must have some kind of inborn resistance to the bunny-shaping atmosphere.
Until the Acorn family made medical AND space travel history, no one knew of this odd result of entering Bunnyvania's atmosphere.
Soon after Little Blue Bunny's birth, Nutsa and Acornio went to the planet Foxler, and wouldn't you know it? Foxler has the exact same problem with the atmosphere. That's why Felina Fairyfox is a member of the Acorn family. The latest member of the Acorn family is Foxleer, a cute little fox boy - see his photo above. I think that Nutsa should give up space travel and concentrate on fashion design.
And don't forget that about a year ago, Snow was born on Bunnyvania, too.
Nutsa is actually expecting another baby. D held a "gender reveal" party two weeks or so ago and the baby is a girl. (Sigh). Also, the baby will be born at home so, no surprises there. D let the twins, Chester and Pinella, pop the balloons to discover the baby's gender. (I should probably say "birth gender" since gender is more than just anatomy.)
Needless to say, with her previous experiences of traveling to other planets while expecting, Nutsa does NOT want to deliver her little girl early on an underwater planet - just in case.
I never knew that stuffed animals - oh wait, Nutsa is actually made of terra cotta - anyway, I never knew toy animals could have such colorful secret lives.
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