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1949 Cosco Step Stool In 1950 you were not allowed to consider yourself a housewife in good standing if you didn't have one of these stepstools. Source: Better Homes & Gardens

I use this as my colored pencil holder in my office~

Cinnamon & Sugar toast. Mom brought this to me every morning with Hot cocoa to enjoy while getting ready for school.

Evening in Paris...haha i loved this as a kid. Every Saturday we'd check it out at the local Ben Franklin's, and every mom got a $1 bottle for Christmas.

OMGosh! The Northern ad. I have the collection. My Mom gave them to me. This one looked just like me

Stuff Every Man Should Own #7 :: Cast Iron Skillets - It's not a specialty kitchen item, which means you can cook almost anything in it. Because you never use soap on it, it'll enrich your eggs and burgers and grilled cheese and fish fillets and rib eyes with the earned flavors of a well-used grill. It's impossible to break and can go in the oven. And it will last longer than you.

I love the scent of old spice because it is what my grandfather use to wear... what a wonderful memory!

Barnum's Animal Cracker Tin Box. $17