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Mom went through a LOT of this, untangling my hair sunday nights after a bath, while watching Ed Sullivan!

On our kitchen wall when I was growing up in the 60's.

Fisher Price A Frame — also love that the advertising is gender unspecified

when he first saw this toy, my teenage son, who had never seen an old-school cash register before, said, "What is that, Baby's First Slots?"

Kaleidoscope. We just bought one like this at a thrift store. Brought back memories.

Melody Push Chime, my sister would play with this while my memaw was trying to watch "her stories" lol

I remember mercurochrome and merthiolate. This was for sore throats and merthiolate was for cuts and scrapes. :)

LOVED this shampoo...so did my hair stylist. She (and other girls in the shop) couldn't believe this was the shampoo (with matching conditioner) I used. It kept my fine, flyaway hair from being frizzy without weighing it down...and it made your hair really SHINE! Salon gals couldn't believe it because this shampoo was considered "cheap."

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

Just realizing that I had this when I was a little girl. Crazy subliminal thing going on with this and my doll faces... Avon 1970 Small World Girl Perfume Compact Pin.