9 nostalgic things you had if you grew Up in 2000
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9 nostalgic things you had if you grew Up in 2000

If you grew up in 2000, you definitely had these toys and gadgets!

9 nostalgic things you had if you grew Up in 2000

The 2000's was a great era to live in with Barbies, Polly Pocket, and portable cd players, and it was an era that didn't disappoint. Here 9 nostalgic things you had if you were a 2000's kid.

1. Gameboy Advance


Before they were apps to play while waiting in line there was the Game Boy, which gave endless fun. Linking up with your friends who had Game Boys was a grand old time of fun and laughter.

2. Barbies


Every Girl had a Barbie, and if they didn't, they had tons of Bratz dolls.

3. Polly Pocket


Polly Pocket was the best toy to have because she literally could fit in your pocket, and her toy set was portable.

4. Bratz


If you didn't have Barbies, you at least had Bratz dolls. If you were lucky enough, you also had the Bratz movie too.

5. Portable CD player


Before the wonderful world of MP3 players, portable CD players was how you listen to your favorite artist. Hopefully, you brought more than one CD for your afternoon run.

6. PlayStation


The PlayStation was the coolest console to have next to the Xbox.

7. Game Cube


Another game console you probably had in 2000 was the Nintendo GameCube. I remember playing Mario Kart for hours with my cousin and losing every time.

8. Skip It


Jump ropes? Who needed them when you had a skip it toy. The skip was the new jump rope 2.0.

9. Littlest Pet Shop


Littlest Pet Shop was the cutest toy to have and collecting them was so much fun!

In the end, The 2000's was a great time to be a kid; and all the toys and new age technology made being a kid more exciting.

Did you have a favorite toy from 2000? Comment in the comment section!

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