Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Two on Tuesday: Favorite Childhood Toys

I really only have two favorite toys this week. So let's get it going....
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  1. The Cabbage Patch Crimp and Curl Doll. Even as a kiddo I loved doing hair. (I know shocker right?) I got this gift for Christmas one year and on my way to my Grandma's later that day for Christmas dinner I sat and worked on her hair the whole way.
  2. Books. I know that is a generality, but I was a book worm when I was a kid. I read everything including Junie B. Jones, the Babysitter's Club, the Boxcar Kids, R.L. Stine, Little House on the Prairie, Little Women, A Little Princess and of course a ton more. I didn't get into Harry Potter until I was in high school and was babysitting some boys who wanted to see the first movie.

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    What were your two favorite toys from childhood? Post about it and be sure to link up with Andrea today!

    Happy Tuesday!

    4 comments:

    Sara said...

    So many people put cabbage patch dolls! I used to love playing with them! And I probably should have done more reading as a kid. Woops!

    Lil' Woman said...

    I love Cabbage Patch Kids....I also had one of those My Buddy too

    brown eyed girl said...

    I loved the crimp n' curl cabbage patch doll! I totally forgot about that one! What about the long-haired barbie where you pushed her arm down to make her hair "grow"? Hilarious.

    AndreaLeigh said...

    i loved little house on the prairie. the books were so much better than the television show.

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