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LOL! My viewmaster seemed so hi-tech back then! I still remember the sound the spring made when you pushed down on the lever to move the disc…Sigh….
Easy bake oven was the best! My mom never let me have one, so maybe that’s why I was so obsessed with making the little cakes I wonder how they taste today.
Still remember receiving my Cabbage Patch Preemie doll for Christmas. This was so much fun to research! Can’t wait until my son is old enough for a Lite Brite.
Why is that My Little Pony so skinny? When I was a kid they were short and stout. I always wanted the stable and was so jealous of the girls who had one. Oh the good old days.
Cabbage patch dolls always freaked me out, but I want a Smurf figurine. And where is Hungry Hungry Hippos? That game defined my childhood.
Awww. I used to love my Lite Brite
Do you have anything PeeWee Herman? If you don’t I know a lot of friends who like him.
we gave my little one a vintage fisher price a-frame house for her birthday, and it is her favorite toy by far. All the others are still on the shelf.
OMG I remember Girl Talk! Those were the days!
Okay, here we go:
1.) Was I supposed to grow out of the Hula Hoop because….
2.) I can’t believe you have the Snoopy Snow Cone Maker!!!
3.) Transformers ROCKED then, easy come back.
4.) I had Loves A Lot Bear
5.) *! WARNING!* I’m a bit miffed by this one. THAT is NOT an original (vintage, as the says) My Little Pony. They were MUCH cuter and I still collect them. Yes. I do.
6.) Jacob’s Ladder is just magical.
7.) Still have my Cabbage Patch Doll. Her name is Imma Jeanne. Brown hair, brown eyes, just like me! (this was before American Girl)
8.) View Master!
9.) Mr. Potato Head will live forever.
10.) Strawberry Shortcake isn’t her vintage self either!!!! What’s happening ladies?
11.) Yeah. I rocked the pogo ball.
GOD! Being a kid was GREAT.
Kinda want to see how I’d do on a Pogo Ball today… it’d be interesting
GREAT POST- bringing me WAY back.
as a 15 year old 90′s child.. is it bad I still have all of these :p
The sad thing is, so many of these toys are now made in China, by kids not much older than the ones playing with them.
i remember when ‘Mr. Potato Head’ was only a little sack of facial features you stuck in a REAL potato!!
I would hazard a guess that I go farther back than the authors here.Anyone else remember the Matchbox and Hotwheels cars,or the old posable G.I.Joes?
they dont have the popples on there… !!!! that was a great toy ~ ball/animal.
i dont miss any of these, they have all come back and are around to buy for my kids. i miss gumby!
i dont miss any of these, they have all come back and are available for me to buy for my kids. i miss gumby!
I have some very fond memories of playing pick up sticks with my grandma.
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