Flashback Friday

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Let’s take a trip down memory lane and talk about three popular toys from that era: Cabbage Patch Kids, Etch A Sketch, and Pound Puppies.

Cabbage Patch Kids were a huge phenomenon in the 1980s. These dolls had unique features and birth certificates, which made each one feel special and personalized. They were so popular that parents would line up for hours to get one for their child. In fact, the demand was so high that there were even stories of people fighting over them in stores!

Another popular toy from that time was the Etch-A Sketch. This classic drawing toy allowed children to create images by turning two knobs to move a stylus around a screen filled with aluminum powder. Many kids spent hours making masterpieces on their Etch A Sketch.

Pound Puppies were also a beloved toy of the 80s and 90s. These plush dogs came with adoption certificates and were meant to be taken care of like real pets. They were also sold with a variety of accessories, such as beds and carriers, to make the play experience even more realistic.

Even though it’s been decades since they were first introduced, many people still have fond memories of playing with Cabbage Patch Kids, Etch A Sketches, and Pound Puppies. You might even be inspired to share them with a new generation of children!

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Author: Terry McDaniel

What motivates me? 1. Fun. 2. Learning. 3. Blessing and prospering people before profit. 4. Being the hero.

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