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Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the and ABC Afterschool Specials

Green stamps

S Green Stamps - helped mom lick pages and pages of these to trade in for things we wanted at the Green Stamp Store.

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I remember theses.dad and shonda were addictied to the vicks inhaler.all these things mom kept i the tackle box

I remember these!

Pull tabs from soft drink cans.I remember when sodas had these pull tabs. They were so sharp and dangerous!

Minute Maid fruit juice frozen triangles.

Minute Maid fruit juice frozen triangles, holy moly I forgot all about these, they had them in strawberry and grape as well!

I unfortunately had a couple home perms.

Toni home perm --- I hated those perms. Mom always gave me a perm right before school started so my hair was so curly in school pictures.

Kids, what’s your favorite bedtime story? Your sleepyheads weigh in on what they want (besides another glass of water) at tuck-in time. Poky Little puppy!!!

Kids’ Favorite Bedtime Books

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If my toddler/young child wants to watch a show, it's gotta be Reading Rainbow (or retro Sesame Street DVDs...)

I loved Reading Rainbow with LeVar Burton. I remember that song so well.

Good ole days

This was the price of gas when I started driving in 35 Things You Will Never See Again In Your Life. Everything on this list is either irreplaceable or gone forever… BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!

When I was a kid, I dreamed of being a contestant on this show ... and subsequently, may or may not have played this game at Walmart with friends during college.

Super Market Sweep, another great game show that I wanted to be on!

I used to get this magazine! I had forgotten all about it until I saw it again!

I loved Highlights magazine--the only trouble was that I only got to read it when I went to the dentist's office!

Blubber, by Judy Blume, challenged in an elementary school. Reason cited: profanity. Result: use restricted to 5th grade and up, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas 2012-2013 annual report, Free People Read Freely, that provides information about challenged books that have been removed, restricted, or retained in Texas public and charter school libraries and class reading lists during the previous school year.

I love Judy Blume. Blubber was one of my all time favorite Blume books, but I loved them all! I'll bet I have read this book at least 50 times. Thanks Judy Blume!