Little People - Throwback Thursday

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Each week we will have a quick post about a "walk down memory lane" or "what if" type of post for Throwback Thursday.

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Let's enjoy a stroll down memory lane; maybe a family vacation or a wonderful food from your childhood. Truly the options are endless!
Some 40+ years ago, Fisher Price Little People toys were some of my favorite toys. My sisters and I had the school, the town, the A-frame house, the cottage house, the school bus, the airplane, the school house, and many more. Whenever we "played people" we would spread them all out across the carpet in an entire room and play for hours. The earliest people toys were made of wood and later plastic. Today's rendition of these toys are larger because some children apparently choked on them. I wonder why the government never made minted coins larger since children are still swallowing pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters. What was one of your favorite childhood toys?

1 comment:

  1. One of the first toys I can remember playing with is pick up sticks. But I always loved coloring books and then moving on to reading. I still love to read today.


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