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Heather Spohr is a writer and philanthropist who writes at the blog The Spohrs Are Multiplying. She is a top fundraiser for the March of Dimes and the President and Co-Founder of Friends Of Maddie, a charitable organization that supports the families of critically ill babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Units. She has spoken at numerous conferences, on CNN, and before members of Congress.

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Feeling Nostalgic? 7 Old-School Toys Kids Still Love Today

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Kids’ toys in this day and age are amazing. It blows my mind that my daughter and son can play with what looks like a cuddly teddy bear named Cody, but Cody is actually teaching them colors, body parts, days of the week, you name it. As a parent, I love that these toys have such an incredible added value.

I was talking to my mom about my kids’ awesome toys and I veered into that dangerous, “Back in my day, we walked uphill in the snow!” talk. She pointed out that my kids still play with a lot of the same toys I played with when I was young. In fact, in some cases, they literally play with the same toys, because my mom saved them! We realized that a lot of these “vintage” toys are a great supplement to the current high-tech toys on the market.

Relive your childhood with these great vintage toys kids can still enjoy today:

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Feeling Nostalgic? 7 Old-School Toys Kids Still Love Today

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Click through for seven vintage toys your kids will love just as much as their high-tech counterparts ...

 

 

*all images courtesy of toysrus.com

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Heather Spohr is a writer and philanthropist who writes at the blog The Spohrs Are Multiplying. She is a top fundraiser for the March of Dimes and the President and Co-Founder of Friends Of Maddie, a charitable organization that supports families of critically ill babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Read bio and latest posts → Read Heather's latest posts →

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