One Mom in Upstate New York needs your help finding a missing "family member."

That missing family member is a Jessie doll from the Toy Story franchise. Local New Hartford Mom posted the following plea on Facebook:

I feel a little bit silly posting about this, but I honestly don’t know what else to do. This Jessie means the world to our family, and she normally goes everywhere with us but we somehow misplaced her during the month of February and cannot find her. We have searched our homes, cars, and the school lost and found. We are wondering if we left her at the playground by mistake? We are absolutely devastated and would appreciate all the help we can get in finding her. Have you seen this Jessie anywhere? (We believe that we lost her in New Hartford)"

As of February 26th, Jessie hasn't been found just yet. Have you seen her? You can contact the family online here.

Tessa LaQuay
Tessa LaQuay

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Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl first made her first appearance in Toy Story 2 back in 1999:

She is a vintage pull-string cowgirl rag doll toy from the 1950s, the best buddy of Bullseye, and a former member of Woody's Roundup Gang who originally belonged to Emily. At first, Jessie only intends to be a collectible and dislikes the fact that Woody has an owner, Andy, but when the cowboy and his space toy friend, Buzz rescue Jessie from the plane bound for Japan, she accepts her true purpose: to be played with."

Over the years, Jessie helps her toy friends and herself eventually get donated to Bonnie Anderson, and would become her new favorite toy.

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