Thankfully, it holds no sentimental value. But: 1.) I like it and
2.) it has since been retired and can no longer be purchased.
This Lamaze Bug.
Both of my boys adored it. He traveled thousands and thousands of miles with Kayden and I, as we came to Michigan for visits. Bryce loved on it for hours at a time. I always called it the "crack" bug because my kids were enamored by it.
About six months before we got pregnant, I went through and purged all baby toys. I distinctly remember separating this one, just in case.
My Debit Card
This one should bug me more than it does. I know the exact date it went missing. I know who took it. I just keep hoping it shows up. At some point, I am going to have to go to the bank and get one reissued....but it is so much more fun to bother Josh for his card :-) Reminds him how irresponsible I am, right?
As I pass a bag that hasn't been used in a while, I tear through the pockets. Bottoms of closets have been unloaded. Drawers, nooks, crannies, under the seat in both cars, tubs of old clothing, behind dressers, under the train table, behind the playhouse (where 90% of lost items are found).....so many areas of our house, long since untouched, have been searched.
So, what about you? Any items that are on your "forever lost" list?