Do you have any childhood toys that you have passed on to your children?
Do you have any childhood toys you saved and passed on to your children?
Yes. Many of my stuffed animals, and board games got passed to my kids. Now, they are being passed to my grand children.
Puzzles, toys from my grandmother that she bought for me, books, etc.
I had a Sesame Street Clubhouse from the early 1970s that my kids (ages 5 and 2) now love to play with. It's fun to see how different toy construction is now!
I love Lego building bricks and had my first set at age 3, which grew and grew. The collection went to my nephew and neice first of all, as my sister started a family a lot younger than me. When our boys arrived, the Lego came back for them to play with. These days it lives with a friend's three children, and, as they are keen on recycling, I'm sure the Lego will be passed on in a few years time. I call that value for money!
I just recently gave my son my Fisher Price phone, and my daughter my Cabbage Patch dolls. It's awesome to watch them play with them. It's also amazing to compare the quality of my toys to their toys...
by Kieron Walker 4 years ago
What is your favorite memory of your grandparents?
by phoenix_028@yahoo 6 years ago
If you are provided with the chance to speak to a loved one that has passed away what would you sayIf you had one chance to talk to special people in your life that has passed away, who would it be and why?what would you tell them?or ask them?
by peachy 3 years ago
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?
by PanamaRokyall 3 years ago
Hello Everyone...What kind of toy is your child drawn to? Mine like realistic toys for imaginative play - spy kits, dolls, tea sets, golf clubs, dress-up clothes, camping equipment, cooking toys. Your child might be into building sets, crafts, books, games, sports equipment, or collectibles.
by SteppingForward 7 years ago
Passed down from your Great Great Grandmother was an of use item worth a million dollars..Would you sell it or keep it to pass down to the next generation?
by Ann Carr 6 years ago
If you could see just one person again, who would it be?Whether still alive or passed away, who would you want to see & talk to again and why?
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