I've called this series "Oh my teddy bear" after the very popular German Christmas song
"Oh mein Tannenbaum" - (Oh my Christmas tree).
The focus is the old but forgotten once favorite teddy bear.
Alike with Christmas trees, there is a temporary excitement around a new, long wished teddy bear. But then, in few days, weeks or years it fades away and is yet another object we possess. In our fast food, fast line, fast living instant culture society driven by consumerism we forget why we came here...
Everything becomes temporary - mind, interests, locations, friends - like old teddy bears, like Christmas trees.
P. S. Buying a plastic Christmas tree that you can use for at least 20-30 years is an option or take one in a pot and in January give it back to the nature.:)