Once upon a time there was a boy. We'll call him Peter.
Peter loved the Curious George books and even had two Curious George friends of his own: Big George and Little George. Peter loved his Georges and took them everywhere, which would be illustrated here if only digital photos had been invented back in the Stone Age.
Eventually, Peter grew up and had children of his own. Peter's mother gave him Big George, but not Little George, which she kept in her own home. Peter's daughters loved Big George, but as they were still quite little, Big George was a bit difficult for them to carry, so he did not get a lot of love at first.
One day, Peter took his family to the far off land of Texas, where his mother lived. Peter's younger daughter was almost two. The little girl found Little George and immediately claimed him for her own. During that visit, Little George went everywhere with the little girl.
They rode in the car together...
And napped in odd corners together...
And at the end of the trip, the little girl announced that she would be taking Little George home with her on the airplane...
As the little girl got bigger, she also took over the care and loving of Big George. The Georges were important to the little girl and she usually had at least one with her:
As the little girl got bigger, she did not drag the Georges around quite as much. Sometimes the little girl would love other toys, but she always came back to the Georges:
Once, the little girl even shared her Georges with her baby cousin, but only on the condition that he not drool on them:
And even though the little girl is now a big girl at the grand age of seven, she is still a little girl at heart:
And one day she too will grow up and have children of her own, who will probably love the Georges just as much as she does.