23 Childhood Things That I Forgot Existed
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23 Childhood Things That I Forgot Existed

I looked back on the 90s and early 2000s and this is what I found.

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Honestly, looking for these items gave me a great deal more nostalgia than I thought it would. Growing up in the late 90s and early 2000s, we had a lot of fun and colorful toys and games at our fingertips. I was talking to my sister and she reminded me about our Robo Babies and I nearly lost it, so I thought it would be fun to do the same for others. While everyone grows up differently and has their own interests, I'm sure there is at least one thing on this list that will click in your brain. Enjoy your trip back to the past!

Robo Baby

YouTube

Lite-bright

Flickr

Easy bake oven

Flickr

Birth announcement bubblegum cigars

Amazon.com

Kid Pix

Polly Pocket

Wikimedia

Floppy discs

Zune

Wikimedia

HitClips

Robot dogs

Stick on earrings

Purple or Green ketchup

Business Insider

Ouch! Bubblegum

Beads for your bike spokes

Brain Quest

Amazon

Bath and Body Works Art Stuff

Crayola Stamps

Having sea monkeys as pets

Amazon

Pringles carrying cases

Hostess bread store

Zoboomafoo

Having to print MapQuest directions before leaving the house

Sit 'n Spin

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