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It was always mama doing the vacuuming and every family inevitably had a cheerful, spunky little dog.

vintage baby walker - My baby brother 'walked' around in this in our house in QV, NY. with 'my' dog Rusty that I found the night my brother was born (1950's). I seem to recall a "pole w/handle" that you could attach and then use as a stroller outside. Feet would rest on the bar above wheels. WOW - this brings back some wonderful memories!

lifesavers candy - I remember getting 'book's' of lifesavers candy at Christmas at elementary school

1960's ParkOMeter/ we used to race to see who would put the pennies in first!

We Practised Our Toddling Skills Using "Walkers"!

My daughter was born in 75 and this is the type of walker she had then. Now it would be considered dangerous.

Vintage Texaco toy gas pump- 1960's. .

What a delightfully fun vintage birthday invite - there's no way you'd not RSVP to a party that had an invitation like that.

Vintage Busy Box crib toy, 1960's - 1970's. I used to play with my youngest brother's crib toy, exactly like this one! Behind the door on the lower right was a non-glass mirror (so it didn't reflect a great image). The car made a ratchety sound as it went right and left, and the dial with the rabbit was a music box knob. How come I can remember all of this, but I can't remember the date???

1960's Vintage Bakelite Cinderella Plastic by RoyalRabbitDesigns, $18.00