Last summer I found my Starlite horse at my mother’s house. That’s Rainbow Brite’s horse in case you didn’t know. He looks brand new. My daughter adopted him immediately…..and began separating out his mane and tail by strand color. It was deja vu. This wouldn’t have been on my list for my daughter….but she ended up with it thanks to my mom’s inability to throw anything away. I’m glad she has it.
Growing up I never had: Speak and Spell, Teddy Ruxpin, etc. I never had a Nintendo. I never had an Easy Bake oven or a Snoopy Sno Cone Maker. But I did have the toys below….and I’ll make sure my daughter has them too….mostly so I can play with them again:
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