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Do you still keep your childhood toys?


I have been keeping my teddy bear over 40 years, I am attached to my teddy bear that my aunt gave to my brother. I stole from him. Although it has changed color, I can't bear to throw it away. Do you still keep your childhood toys?

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    yes, i super agree with you. My teddy was by my side since i was two years old, i talked to her everyday, tell her my bad dreams and kissed her goodnight. Like my another child.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    lol! your kids got them first. Hot wheels. I remember them, very tiny cars and expensive too


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    peachy (peachpurple) 24 months ago

    really? i am going to keep my son handmade crafts too

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    oh that is an expensive doll. I have never had barbie doll either not to mentioned scarlett

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    peachy (peachpurple) 24 months ago

    do you keep your teddy or sleep with it?

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    peachy (peachpurple) 24 months ago

    ah yes, comic books are valuable in the market

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    sorry to hear that, your mom took the wrong approach. Maybe she should had talked to you nicely instead.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    thanks for your comments. what did your partner kept?

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    true, i agree with you. My toys are still in my closet, my boy came up and dig them out, played and kept them again, like a treasure

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    you sure are lucky, thanks for your commemts

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    oh gross, your kitty blah onto your stuff toy?

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    mentally up in your memory is the best place to store your toys.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    yes, that is a good way to keep memories too.

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    what happened to them? Somebody gave them away?

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    peachy (peachpurple) 2 years ago

    that is sweet and meaningful. I let my boy played with my doll, yes he plays dolls.

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