I remember sit n' spin and some others that are still around. What was your favorite toy?
Tree branches ^_- always made for a good pretend sword hehe.
oh, forgot about the hot wheels!
yeah, I had this blue one, can't remember what kinda car it was though...maybe a charger? all I remember is all the boys wanted it.
Hahah, I had this huge collection! I miss them now!
I didn't have too many, maybe 5 or 6. lol of course, it was the wrong decade, yet, for girls to play with toys meant for boys. Can't even remember how I got them, certainly not as presents. lol maybe I found them at the beach or the park. lol
Lol! I had dozens of them! It was there like all over my room and I used to keep playing with them all day, obviously I wasn't studying much then. And I'm not surprised girls play with them either, I've seen a far too many girls play with them, myself. Hahah, yeah! You find many of them all around the beaches and parks too lol.
Oh wait there were these other things, too...
oh what were they called?
Oh yeah, sticks!
dude, you didn't have rocks? they were fun too.
Lincoln logs. They were great, build anything I wanted.
Well of course we had rocks. Those were great skipping across the pond and splashing in the creek as a kid. Nice!
GameBoy...and I really enjoyed playing in outdoors too, baseball and other ball games.
I liked playing with my dollhouse and my matchbox cars (small-scale toy vehicles).
I rermember my bike. With it I was able to travel anywhere any time.
I used to ride my bike for hours. I'd go outside and ride, come home for lunch and stay out until supper.
I have a care bear stuff toy and I bring it anywhere I go, I am a girly girl when I was a child. I am a little bit not like that anymore, LOL
ETCH A SKETCHES WERE THE BOMB!!! i used to make a Christmas scene with it every year and hang it on the tree
Toy animals that I used to play with all afternoon, then watch a disney video in the evening. Also had a Game Gear, and ride a bike in the summer.
I agree with all of you who loved Legos - they rocked. I also loved the board game Hungry Hungry Hippoes.
Chatty Kathy.....until I tore it apart to see how it talked!
Well I'm only 11 so my "young childhood" was very long ago, but what I always did was gather household items and create traps and chain reactions and things like that. I also had alot of marbles, and I still have my stuffed monkey, Madi, when I got when I was 2. A 9 year old monkey
Also I have a think called, let's see......
OH YEAH! A creek to play in
I was usually outside playing sports, climbing trees, hiking.. Inside I read books, colored and painted..
I had several favorites; my barbie dolls, dollhouses, Mr Potato head and my bicycle.
My favorite was my Sega Mega Drive (or Genesis in the USA) I still remember getting it for Xmas and running round screaming the house down for about 5 minutes before I even got it out of the box!
Inside our home, I play legos and I enjoyed draing.
But I liked to be outdoors, the most, playing with friends and exploring the caves and the beaches and climbing trees!
Lego without a doubt was my favourite. I was laughing just the other day because my son also loves lego...... as long as its a game on the xbox
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