Well, the bunny is actually Eeyore, perhaps the best character ever created in literature. He is defined on that site this way:
Eeyore, a very gloomy, blue-gray donkey, is stuffed with sawdust. Despite this, Eeyore is a very intelligent animal, although he keeps most of his knowledge to himself. That's why he is very quiet most of the time and a bit depressed.
Eeyore lives at the 100 Acre Wood Southeast, in his 'Gloomy Place'. His favourite food is thistles. Eeyore loves being remembered on his birthday and hates being bounced.
Eeyore biggest problem is that his tail keeps coming off (he has lost it many times). His other concern is that his house keeps falling down (he has to rebuild it again, and again, and again.....).
I like him for being depressed by nature yet nonetheless soldiering on and taking things as they come. I particularly appreciate this particular doll because it was given to me as a gift from my partner at a time that I not only wasn't expecting it at all, but I was being perhaps the biggest jerk of my life to him at the very moment it was given to me. The dissonance of receiving a gift that only my partner would know to give me at a time when I didn't deserve it in the least is something that comes back to me each time I notice the doll.
The dinosaur is the dorky character played by Wallace Shawn in Toy Story. That film was important to me for many reasons requiring too much explanation for this particular post, but you know it's important because of the few out and out toys I have, two of them are from that movie.
Given that there appears to be interest in the tchotchkes on my desk, and because each of them is meaningful to me in some way, here's a line-up of all of them: