My Monster & Me
My Monster & Me
MY MONSTER & ME
by: Anna Angenend & Amy Snyder
“I want to invite the moon to our party.”
New Years Eve 2014
When Melvin made it to Earth, he wanted to show his appreciation to the Moon for helping him find his way, so he was more than happy to assist Mia in inviting the Moon to her New Years Eve party.
“The mama dragon is looking to see what I did to her eggs. I helped the baby dragon hatch, because babies are cute and I wanted to play with it.”
Dolores is an anxious first time mom, always checking on her eggs and her newly hatched baby. But once the rest of the eggs hatch, she’ll be a seasoned pro. She won’t even blink if one of the babies rolls out of the nest or accidentally burps up a fireball on their sibling.
“She is waiting for me to finish drawing her picture so she can see it.”
Wendolyn is our trendy monster. She’ll never be caught with a self stick, she commissions artist to paint her. She’s an avid drinker of Kombucha.
“I don’t like to get soap in my eyes when I wash my hair, but my monster makes it fun.”
Maximus never runs out of energy, and is always on the lookout for fun, even at the cost of leaving mass destruction in his path. We’ve lost count of the times he’s cannonballed into the tub and flooded the bathroom floor. Sometimes he forgets how big boned he is.
“Ow! Be careful, that hurts!”
-Our Girls Every Time We Brush Their Hair
When Sheila’s peers at beauty school didn’t agree with her over-the-top flashy fashion and edgy hairdos, she dropped out and became the number one on-call beauty consultant for toddler and stuffed pet fashion emergencies. She’s just a phone call away at 1-800-HOT-MESS.
“My yellow monster doesn’t want to brush his teeth, because he LOVES his cavities.”
Zasby can look a little smelly and scary at first. Even though he’s a little shy from the beginning, he’s always excited to make new friends. He’ll explore your garbage can and jump in mud puddles with you, but he’ll never venture near soap and water.
Age 18 months
What started as shading herself from the sun turned into an exciting day of play for some curious critters in the backyard. They were amazed at the size of the humongous monster that could pick up their home with ease. The monster had lots of squishy landings for sliding and jumping and quickly became their playground.
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