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Return to the 70s. This is what we had. Our kids have tiny iPods instead. Never could have imagined that!

When I was a kid I thought this was the coolest thing! I made labels for everything! don't make any mistakes or you have to start over :) (all of our VHS tapes, of shows and movies we recorded from tv, were labelled with these)

They were selling Monchichi not too long ago at Target. I wanted to get one for Munchie (Yamaan), because he's my little Monchichi...I think I missed out though, haven't seen them in a while.

Monchichi. i had this as a little girl and my mom said i carried it everywhere until one day i threw it out the window of the car. She tried to find it but couldn't and when she bought me a new one i told her it was not my "monkey" LOL. The things we do as kids

My kids somehow discovered these and the lil' one put it on her Christmas list. Luckily, my husband still had his cause they're a pretty expensive retro toy.

Monchhichi Dolls. I didn't leave the house without the girl doll.

The gum that goes Squirt!!! I remember thinking this gum was the coolest stuff. I was so impressed. Even my mom was impressed, plus it didn't stick to her dental work. She still buys it, now & then.....when she can find it, that is!!! Spearmint & Bubble Gum were her favs. Mine were Bubble Gum, Peppermint & Cinnamon.

Don't really remember this guy, but I still sing this crazy "Way up in the tree's it's the munchichi's" song in my brain, like a lot

Viewmaster Slides- imagine the fun of having all these to add in various ways to your smash books, etc!

Brinquei tanto com isso! Quero um pros meus filhos! // Spirograph..many rainy days filled with this..

God's eye. ...we tied 2 twigs together with the yarn, and then went from there; first creating a cross effect and then starting the weaving process (over and around on one twig and then under and around on the next and continuing through to the end). We used 2 colours, tying the yarn when it was time to and then to end it by weaving through and knotting it.