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Stroll Down Memory Lane: More Cool Vintage Toys

By Danielle |


Since everyone loved my first post about vintage toys toddlers would love, I figured I would put together a couple more… always fun right?

While most of these are all toddler-friendly toys, some require some hardcore parental supervision!   I can’t believe our parents left us alone with some of them when we were kids.  Lite-Brite?  Talk about a giant choking hazard!  For real!

Do you know how many of those little pegs I could have eaten when I was a kid if I was actually hungry?  I was that kid that NEVER wanted to eat!  

Sit back, relax, and enjoy another stroll down memory lane with me!

We will be taking on everything from Lite-Brite to Teddy Ruxpin… remember him?  You know you had one too!

What was your favorite vintage toy, or toy from your childhood?

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Stroll Down Memory Lane: More Cool Vintage Toys


I loved this thing! I could sit there for hours upon hours and just play!

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Fisher Price Doctor Set
Speak and Spell
Barbie Star Traveler
Care bears
Disney Pop Up Pals
Glow Worm
Teddy Ruxpen
Bow Biters


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3 thoughts on “Stroll Down Memory Lane: More Cool Vintage Toys

  1. Jocelyn says:

    Oh my gosh, I love this!! I had so many from that list – Lite Brite (one of my faves), Speak and Spell, the pop-up thing, view finder, Glow Worm… So awesome. My husband are actually trying to find an original Magna Doodle for our daughter. She loves to “draw” but is still too young for actual art supplies.

  2. Kathy Herron says:

    how about Etch-A-Sketch? I loved Super Nintendo & View Master … how about Easy Bake Ovens? … they weren’t out when I was a little girl, but my mom let me make a cake from scratch … with her help, of course … lol

  3. Betty says:

    You’ve got to be kidding me-it’s so transrpanetly clear now!

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