I'm sure you've all been on pins and needles wondering what was happening with the bunny situation at our house...;)
In the meantime, the two other little girls had inserted themselves between me and Tali and were now crying and clawing at me assuming that clearly Tali did not need two bunnies so the new bunny must be for one of them. Why did I not anticipate that reaction? Much crying and drama ensued after that. I don't care. It can't take away the memory of Tali's precious face. She happily carried around the new bunny the rest of the day. Amanda was appeased by the promise that I would order her another one and Ana carried around Tali's old bunny. I had found plenty of the bunny rattles for cheap enough so I knew we could get another one of those.
At bedtime, I hid the new bunny and gave Tali the old bunny because I wanted to wash the new one before she slept with it. That may have been my mistake because while she likes the new bunny, at bedtime, she still wants her old bunny.
So, now we have three bunnies floating around our house and bedtime always requires the search for the right bunny. Sigh. Not really what I had in mind but I'm going to blame my irrational bunny-losing-anxiety and seach on pregnancy hormones. I only have a couple more weeks (give or take) to use that excuse anyways. :)