It is time for another fun linkup with Andrea.
Linking up HERE
Today we are looking back and talking about some of our favorite things as children.....
I always say I am such a 90's girl but more so because I graduated High School and then went to College in the 90's and when I look back, before I had my little fam, those were my favorite years.
BUT...my childhood was blessed and I have some fun memories/favorite things to share with you today...looking at the other posts from my blogging friends, I thought I would follow their lead and share some childhood faves....
I LOVED Summers as a kid. I loved the days at the beach, the trips to Canobie Lake, our Family Vacations but especially our days in our very own pool. I can still see the water sparkling...hear the splashes from our cannon balls and smell the blooms of our large lilac bush. I was blessed with a wonderful childhood and I reminisce about our summers every....darn...week....
and speaking of Summers, I also loved to play with my Seaweed Dolls outside. I would turn on the garden hose and make a waterfall with it and play with the dolls in the water...do you ever remember having these? They made a great tubby toy too :)
and I must say that the Kodak Disc camera was a big hit one Christmas too...I ended up snapping many pics of my toys ;)
BUT my favorite toys of all....always...were my Cabbage Patch Kids...I ended up with 6 when all was said and done...I was kinda obsessed
Growing up music was a big part of my life because dance was. I danced several hours per week and participated in many shows including the Boston Ballet's Nutcracker. I always loved music because of that but as I got to 5th and 6th grades, I became even more "in tuned" to Top 40 hits. I loved Michael Jackson, Madonna and Whitney Houston, lots of Top 40 including "Private Lover" by Stevie Wonder (I know so random!) and then I loved The Jets. BUT No one will ever compare to Bon Jovi- I swear the band helped get me through high school- I have seen them EIGHT TIMES in concert!
and a close second would be Debbie Gibson...I so wanted to be her!
Do you remember Multiples? I LOVED them. I only ended up with one outfit but it was always so comfy and you could change the look. I found this FUN picture online...this is exactly how I remember them.
Going further back, I tried to dress like Madonna BUT my favorite accessory, always, while trying to replicate her look, were the neon jelly bracelets of course!
I LOVED the Ramona Books, the Amelia Bedelia Books and the Harriet The Spy books as a child.
and then Nancy Drew Books as I got a little older
That's it for now. I would like to do a post soon that talks about my favorites of the 90's...I could write for days on that one...and probably will!