Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Blog Contest! AKA Help Me Name My Teddy! Part 2

 
All the name options for my bear have been written in and I LOVE them all!!! (Good thing I'm not the one voting!) 
 
So I had to change up the rules just a little bit. Let me explain:

First if you look to your right you will notice a poll with a list of names. That is the first way you can vote.
 
Secondly you can also do write in votes (No NEW names!) But the catch is you CANNOT vote for yourself.
 
If someone writes your name in the comments and explains why they like it that counts as 2 (yes TWO) votes toward your name. So start bugging you friends now! 
 
Name with the most votes wins!
I decided to give you until 11:59pm Saturday December 18. So there is plenty of time!

Lastly what will the winner get?! Well I went to the Disney store NYC and got you this:


 
And for your reference here are the names and the reasons behind them! 
Have fun voting!

Christa said...
Plaidius Bear
Sarah said...
Elsa, like the blond in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. She should have a German name so you can always remember she was from the Germany trip :) Sarah
 
YoPaulieNJ said...
Harmonia Ursa Minimus. Harmonia is the Greek goddess of harmony and concord. Ursa Minimus being bad Latin for small bear. So, it's a small bear that brings you harmony. And her initials are HUM, which is fun. HUMmy, for short, maybe?
 
cherylp3 said...
Candace
 
NWinTN said...
Uma, short for Umarmen which is German for hug. -Nolan
tperlmutter said...
Pearl, for the earings
Princess Aurora said...
I choose Freddie which is a mash up of the real word for Friend in German "die Freundin" :) that way your friends are always with you!
 
JEBeyer376 said...
How about Flocke after Nuremberg's famous Polar Bear? I think it means Snowflake (and your bear is dressed for the snow). She's a very cute little bear that lives in the French Riveria now but was quite famous after being handraised even with the zoo's strict non-interference policy.
NDK_49 said...
You should name her Heidi, i named one of my teddy's Heidi, and she is from WDW Epcot Germeny! I still have her today! :D ~~@NDK_49~~
ashley said...
how about Bärchen which is a german term of endearment, which roughly translates to "little bear"
Brie said...
I would go with a Disney character name, like Eve from Wall-E or maybe Nala from The Lion King.
disneydiamondz said...
How about Adriana? Its the name of the actress who did the voice of snow white. Snow white is set in Germany and also has a tie to your love for Disney. :)
Anonymous said...
I hope I make it in! I think you should name her Karamell! -- @AmyBethCombs


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  1. I don't want to vote for myself (although, I do like my name... vote for me! (-: ). I really like the name Karamell!

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  2. I like AmyBethCombs's suggestion of Karamell. That teddy looks like he's caramel colored and caramel is of course wonderfully sweet. Think it'd be a great fit.

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