Many years ago, one of our Oh My Disney writers was having a particularly bad day at school (hey—second grade was tough). As soon as he got home, he did what any other Disney-obsessed juvenile would do to let off some steam: he popped in a VHS tape, flicked on The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and hugged his stuffed Pooh Bear until things were not so gloomy. And guess what? It worked. Even today, there’s nothing like a little bit of Winnie the Pooh to turn our frowns around and fill our hearts with warm fuzzies. We bet you two pots of hunny that you can’t make it through this without smiling.
When Pooh Bear’s tummy was running on “empty.”
“Oh, yes. I’m rumbly in my tumbly. Time for something sweet.”
When, while climbing “the hunny tree,” Pooh crafted an adorable little hum.
“Hum de dee dum, dum de dee dum.”
When Christopher Robin consoled gloomy old Eeyore.
“Cheer up, Eeyore. Don’t be so gloomy.”
When Pooh Bear looked up at Christopher Robin, and said so matter-of-factly:
“I’m a little black raincloud, of course.”
When poor Pooh Bear helped himself to a little too much sweet hunny.
“Oh, help. And Bother.”
When Christopher Robin stood by Pooh Bear during a cold and rainy day.
“Day after day, night after lonely night.”
When Pooh Bear made the best of a blustery day by singing a song and skipping with his cute little scarf.
“It looks like a rather blustery day, today.”
When poor Pooh was frightened by mysterious sounds on a rather blustery night.
“Is that you, Piglet?”
When Pooh’s house was flooded, and the first thing he thought of was a simple little question:
“Is it raining in there? It’s raining out here, too.”
When Pooh Bear was stuck high in a tree with his hunny.
“I must rescue my supper.”
When it’s time for Pooh Bear to say goodbye.
“Goodbye? Oh, no, please. Can’t we go back to page one and do it all over again?”
We wish, Pooh. We wish.
Which Pooh moments warm your heart? Tell us in the comments!