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Diaper pails to throw the soiled cloth diapers in until they picked them up and dropped off another bundle.
diaper pail ~ I bet lots of folks remember these, lol! Washing, bleaching and double rinsing the cloth diapers my daughter, Gina, wore as a baby was a nightly duty of mine. And, those rubber pants....
Diaper pail ... after you rinsed your baby's cloth diapers in the toilet, you put them into a diaper pail. When it was full, you washed them!!
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diaper pail - cloth diapers!
vintage diaper pail
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eBay had a ONE PENNY auction listing fee sale this week - I don't remember it EVER being that cheap! I hope it was a huge success so that they will do it more often. :) I got a bunch of good stuff listed, here's some of my favorites, click on over if you want to see it all! Vintage Tin Metal Vogue Fashion Magazine Rack Holder Vtg Yellow Deer Decal Metal Diaper Pail Can Step Open Vtg Eames Era Libbey Silver Band Pitcher Glasses Set Mead Bunny Rabbits Bunnies Trapper Keeper Folder Vintage Vita Mix Vitamatic 500 Blender Mixer Model 511 Cute Vintage Ceramic Piggy Bank Pink Pig Made in Japan Vintage GE AM FM Radio Model C4560A Alarm Clock Retro Vtg Ceramic Bird Peacock Figurine Set Mid Cenutry Mod Vintage Black Metal Desk Paper File Tray Organizer
I remember my crib was similar to this one
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1950's style wooden crib with decals and spinners. Survived getting my head caught between the rails!!!!!!
Baby crib - I remember having this (or very similar) motif on the cot used by me and my siblings back in the 70's...
Baby Crib...Look at how far apart the spindles are?? That would not be approved today!
I still have my baby doll crib just like this one... and I am 52 years old!!
I had this exact baby doll crib...actually still have it! WOW!
Baby doll crib - I had the same one.
Crib with decal--My baby bed !!!
like my baby dolls bed
brownies uniform :o)..loved the cap..got to wear the uniform to school on meeting days
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Brownie Scout uniform - This brings back a lot of memories. I was in Girl Scouts from Brownies to Juniors to Cadets.
brownies uniform :o)..loved the cap..got to wear the uniform to school on meeting days. Ingie Editorial-Loved Brownies, hated the uniform. Girl Scout Green was much cooler, with the sash.
Brownie uniform, '50s style - Memories of my Girl Scouting days in Troop 76, Jefferson, OH. Went on to earn Curved Bar (GS answer to Eagle Scout!) with three others from my troop!
Girl Scout Brownie uniform-I had this one until my parents could afford to buy me & new one.
Girl Scout Brownie uniform...wore one every Thursday...dues were 10 cents...
Brownie Scouts uniform ... The older girls (Girl Scouts) wore green.
Girl Scout uniform Brownie uniform, before becoming a GS
...childhood memories, I was a brownie too!
Old-fashioned Brownie Girl Scouts uniform
silver cake decorations
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silver cake decorations. My Grandma Hill used to put these on top of the 7 minute icing on her Sunday dinner cakes.
silver cake decorations...we ate these and the sugar sprinkles when there was no candy around
Xmas cookies. Remember using these balls in gold and silver to decorate cookies with Mom.
silver cake decorations-reminds me of mrs. Welch making cookies-she used these for eyes!
My mom used these for cake decorating. These were so hard they could break your teeth!
Decorating Christmas cookies, especially sugar & gingerbread. ⛄️
we used these to sprinkle on our cakes and cupcakes
For cake decorating-( 50's and 60's.)
Silver bakery decorations.
Vintage Hair Dryer
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Vintage Hair Dryer. My mom would drag our's out on Saturday night to curl and dry our hair for church on Sunday. This looks just like the one we had - flowers on the plastic cap and everything!!!
They look cool and retro now, but these bonnet hairdryers represented dated drudgery in the dawning age of the blow dryer.
Vintage hair dryer. I remember my mom having one just like this. To be honest I think these worked better than having to hold a blow dryer.
Vintage Hair Dryer My Mom had one, and there was even a place to dry your nails. OOOOH LA LA!!
Vintage Hair Dryer - This always had a Saturday night date with my Mom.
Vintage Hair Dryer... My mom had this exact dryer when I was little!!
Vintage hair dryer. I remember my mom having one of these. / me too
Hair Dryer. I used this very model up through the 1970's.
Vintage Hair Dryer from 1960's, mom had one of these
Before the day of disposable diapers, cloth diapers were pinned on and then covered with waterproof pants which were referred to as "rubber pants."
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Before the day of disposable diapers, cloth diapers were pinned on and then covered with waterproof pants which were referred to as "rubber pants." 50's 60's & 70's
Before disposable diapers, after pinning cloth diapers cover with waterproof pants / "rubber pants."
Before the day of disposable diapers, cloth diapers were pinned on and then covered with waterproof pants which were referred to as "rubber pants." Try sticking a diaper pin through a "double diaper?!! lol!
Waterproof baby pants (over cloth diapers), which were referred to as "rubber pants"
... "rubber pants" to put over babies' cloth diapers
Rotary dial phone that hung on the kitchen wall with a really long STRETCHED OUT cord!! Ours was red.
We had a harvest gold wall phone exactly like this...with the long cord you could stretch to take the call "in private"
This was our exact kitchen wall phone. * The cord started out at 2-3 feet long. By the end of the week, it was stretched out about 20-30 feet long. LOL
Rotary dial wall phone. We had this in our kitchen in the 70's &80's. Same color !
Rotary dial phone that hung on the kitchen wall - I had one back in the late '70's
Same phone on my Grandma's kitchen wall!! Oh the good ole days....
Harvest Gold Wall Phone..had the exact phone in the kitchen
Classic Rotary Wall Phone - there's my kitchen phone!
Rotary dial phone. I love rotary phones.
TREASURY ITEM: 1950s Chickee Diaper Pin
1950's diaper pin
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http://www.bestonlinetoystores.com/category/disposable-diapers/ 1950s Diaper pin Used these pins with cloth diapers!
1950s Chickee Diaper Pin by SkeeterBitz on Etsy - Tracy, we used to use these for your diapers, the exact same ones
1950s Chickee Diaper Pin by SkeeterBitz on Etsy. I remember these from the 'cloth diaper days'.... "before Pampers"! These things were made to last
1950s Chickee Diaper Pin by SkeeterBitz on Etsy. I remember these from the 60's before Pampers! I used them on my middle son's diapers (1976), and STILL have two of them. You can't find diaper pins like these any more....not even good safety pins!
OMG - 1950s Chickee Diaper Pin by SkeeterBitz on Etsy. I remember these from the 60's before Pampers!
1950s Chickee Diaper Pin. Stabbed my hand many time changing my younger brother and sister!
My sons 1950s Chickee Diaper pin for 'cloth diaper days'.... "before Pampers"!
1950s Diaper pin Used these pins with cloth diapers!
1950s Diaper pin--I used these in the '60's as well
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Cloth Diapers with Huge Diaper Pins and Plastic Pants!! ~ My first two children wore these. I used to wipe the pin across my hair to make it go in better, stabbed myself a few times in the wee hours ; )
Cloth Diapers We were 'green' before it was cool. Reusable cotton diapers. Remove, rinse in toilet, then wash in washer and hang to dry.
cloth diapers, first swished in the toilet ,then sometimes handwashed or if you were lucky washed in a machine or by a diaper service, then dried on a clothesline! and yes those are huge safety pins and then you would but on rubber pants!
Cloth Diapers; disposables never touched MY butt! OR, my girls!! Disposables were just coming out when they were born. I used cloth - and my husand never got the hang of 'pinning'.
cloth diapers and safety pins! (always scared you'd accidentally stick the baby) dried on a clothesline!
Cloth Diapers; disposables never touched MY butt!...or those of my kids. My youngest was already trained when disposables became readily available
cloth diapers, dried on a clothesline! Soaked them in bleach water to get the stains out.
Cloth Diapers...not fun to clean out in the toilet before putting in the diaper pail : /
Cloth Diapers and diaper pails!
Corning Ware Cornflower Blue Coffee Pot
I remember these.
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Corningware coffee pot. Please visit my Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/jolly.ollie.77.....my mom had one of these
Corning Ware coffee pot. Mom made coffee for the bridge club in this, and I can still hear it perk-perk-perking
Corning Ware Coffee Pot, the only coffee pot I remember my mom having when I was growing up...I think I still have one of these somewhere!
Corning Ware coffee pot -- I got one as a wedding gift in 1964 chh
I remember this from my childhood-my mom had one-a tea pot also
Corning coffee pot - Mom had one of these
childhood memories. We still have this!
Corningware percolator coffee pot :)
Blue and white corningware
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder 4oz in the metal canister
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Vintage Johnson & Johnson Baby Talcum Powder 4oz Collectible Tin Advertising Brunswick, NJ (I remember this in the metal canisters.) One of my favorite things Baby Powder...
I have my baby powder tin displayed in my home--it is exactly like this! Vintage Johnson & Johnson Baby Talcum Powder 4oz Collectible Tin Advertising Brunswick, NJ
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder vintage tin -- I collect tins, and I love baby powder. I want one of these!
Vintage Johnson & Johnson Baby Talcum Powder 4oz Collectible Tin Advertising Brunswick, NJ (I remember this in the metal canisters.) Now they are blaming baby powder and talcs for cervical cancer. I grew up without getting cervical cancer and mom always used baby powder, talc and cornstarch on us girls.
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder 4oz in the metal canister - good idea to put a mini-bouquet in for a baby shower
Johnson&Johnson Baby Powder 4oz in the metal canister I love how classy old containers were.
Still the best stuff...Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder 4oz in the metal canister
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder 4oz in the metal canister Life before plastic.
Johnson's Baby Powder (vintage tin)
Bingo. I remember those wooden bingo pieces.
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Bingo. I remember those wooden bingo pieces. (Had a bingo game like this. Little smiley faces on one side. Oooh I am damn old 😩)
Wooden Bingo game markers == just like what I had growing up! :)
vintage wooden bingo call numbers-my bingo game came with these!
Vintage wooden bingo pieces • photo: suzanneduda on Flickr
what shall I do with my vintage BINGO games????
vintage wooden bingo call numbers
Bingo. wooden bingo pieces.
ballerina jewelry box. My sister had one just like this. I think the little doll would spin while the music box played.
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Ballerina Jewelry Box. I had one just like this with the blue inside. And the ballerina would twirl when you wound up the music box...
ballerina jewelry box - credit to: pinterest.com/deeloman57/back-down-memory-lane/
musical ballerina jewelry box - mine was pink inside and had a bottom drawer
Ballerina jewelry box.- my sister gave me a box like this for a birthday
Ballerina Jewelry Box. Mine was blue but I forgot what song it played
I kept all my treasures in my ballerina jewelry box...mine was PINK
ballerina jewelry box - mine played "fur elise", lol
Ballerina music box jewelry box
Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers).
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Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers). Boy, what a chore hanging these up on the clothesline to dry...
Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers). Plastic diaper pants. What the kids today cannot imagine!
Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers). Boy does that bring back memories of the fight with them and the diapers.
Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers). My younger sister wore these. I know because I had to change her diapers!
http://www.shoppinggamesforkids.com/category/disposable-diapers/ Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers).
Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers). Still have the scar on my leg from these.
Rubber pants to go over cloth diapers. Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers).
Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers). I used these with both of my kids.
Vintage baby pants ( use over cloth diapers). my parents used these on us.
remember this glue for school!!
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glue bottles-these were a bit before my time, but I remember my mom still having one of them around when I was really small.
glue bottles- This is the kind of glue we used in elementary school
That rubber tipped glue bottle with a dried glue scab on it.
glue bottles - had these in elementary school and at home.
glue bottles!- i remeber these from elementary school
Childhood Memories remember this glue for school!!
Glue - 60's -70's ~~ used these in school
glue bottles! I loved those rubber tops!
glue bottles in elementary school
Remember those little bottles of food coloring? Such a cool design.
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Schilling Food Colors c. 1965--not much was ever used in cooking, because we kids just liked playing with it!
Schilling food colors packaging, 1960s - Found in Mom's Basement
oh my, my mother used Schilling Food Colors.....what memories
Schilling food colors-the box looked just like this....
Schilling food color vintage packing label
Food Coloring Christmas cookie time!
Food Coloring-Mom had these
Vintage food coloring
Schilling food colors packaging, 1960s
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cloth diapers!! yep did this. And in the winter they would freeze, then I would bring them in and hand them on the wooden rack I placed over the floor furnace. My children, James and Jessicawore cloth diapers. We had diapers hanging up like this even at Carney Creek, Lake Texhoma. The gate keeper said he always knew the Harrisons were camping by the hanging of the cloths diapers..
Cloth diapers! Disposable diapers were just coming out and Jen was allergic to the plastic. Loved my diaper service.
cloth diapers!! yep did this. And in the winter they would freeze, then I would bring them in and hand them on the wooden rack I placed over the floor furnace.
cloth diapers hanging in the bright sunshine and gentle breezes. I'll post better pix than this when the weather lets me!
Cloth diapers! . . . oh my, how i remember :) . . .The lady across the street had diaper service as she had 4 kids under 3.
Cloth diapers! some of us had diaper service...picked up and clean delivered !!
Cloth diapers! Dont see too many of these on the clothes lines today.
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Vintage cotton baby diapers.
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diapers drying on a clothesline, memories...
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Diapers drying on a clothesline...Mom and Dad had 8 kids, 7 boys and one girl ( me ). We only had cloth diapers, so there was a lot of these on the clothes line. ( We had no clothes dryer.)
diapers drying on a clothesline, memories. I didn't use disposable diapers until my third child was born.
http://www.childrentoystores.com/category/disposable-diapers/ diapers drying on a clothesline, memories... ahundred diapers a week was what it took.. and they had to be folded perfectly to fit.
cloth nappies - DO YOU REMEMBER HANGING THE WASH ON A CLOTHES LINE, EVEN IN THE WINTER. THE SHEETS WOULD COME IN FROZEN BUT WHAT A GLORIOUS SMELL.
Cloth diapers drying on a the clothesline , i remember hand washing these the winter i didnt have a washing machine, used disposibles with my second kid
diapers drying on a clothesline, memories...Well I had a dryer but used cloth diapers for my boys in the late 70's early 80's
cloth nappies/diapers drying on a clothesline, memories...
How vividly I remember this! With two baby boys.
i love diaper art 13. #clothdiapers #nopins
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cloth diapers....with rubber pants over them! and the diaper pail of bleach - the reason I cannot stand the smell of bleach - HA
cloth diapers....with rubber pants over them! And I still used these when I had my own babies in the 70's.
Before Pampers, there were cloth diapers that were held together with diaper pins...and baby usually got a prick or two in the process of pinning
Remember stabbing myself frequently putting my sisters nappies on..& the awful smell of the nappy bucket! ! cloth diaper safety pins and rubber pants...back in the day there was no such thing as dispossible diapers
cloth diapers.... was all I used on my 2 boys.. The first disposable diapers I bought, you rinsed them out in the toilet...and the whole padding inside disintegrated and was flushed down..bet they stopped up a lot of plumbing. LOL
Cloth diapers were the only option for a dry bottom in the 1950s and early 1960s. Diaper Service companies were a standard and women were measured how clean and neat their babies were and if they could prevent diaper rash. Disposable diapers did not become popular until the late 60's. They were frowned on when they first came out.
Cloth diapers were the only option for a dry bottom in the 1950s and early 1960s. Diaper Service companies made a killing until "Kimbies," made by the Kimberly-Clark Company, brought out the disposable diapers that started filling our land fills. 12/15-WPG Never saw disposables till my daughter was born in '87. Never saw a Diaper Service either. We washed them ourselves back in the day. P.S. Nappies have been around waaay before the '50's.
I remember cloth diapers w/rubber pants over them. I still have one pink diaper pin also.
When we first found out that we were expecting, I wondered what options there were for trying to save money on disposable diapers. I thought about cloth diapers, but I wasn't sure if I really wanted to deal with the hassle. This is what I remember from my mom using cloth diapers. large safety pins plastic covers pricking my fingers many times while trying to get it through the diaper cleaning the poop off in the toilet (or if you had a diaper service, sending large dirty bags away and getting a pile of clean diapers back) Then I got to thinking.... What kind of cloth diapers are available today? What are the benefits of going with cloth diapers? Is is worth it? Am I really saving money? Is is going to be worth the 'hassle'? These are all questions that I ended having to finding answers for. So, what are the benefits? 1. Healthier for baby. Cloth diapers are known for less diaper rashes. You are not putting a chemical filled disposable on their bottom. It also keeps the baby from becoming as sensitive to chemicals. 2. Cheaper than purchasing disposables! When I figured out the amount and it was amazing. If you purchased disposables for 2.5-3years (depends on when your kid is potty trained), the amount that you would spend is about $2,000.00 per child! Now double that with more than one child in diapers. It adds up very quickly! Initial investing in a good set of cloth diapers is only $200.00-$300.00 depending on the brand you get. The cloth diapers can also be used for more than one child, making the savings last even longer. That is a very large difference in cost between the two! 3. Potty training becomes easier with cloth (so I'm told). The child can recognize sooner when they are wet verses a child in disposables. Since my little one is still too young for this, I look forward to being able to train her quicker than it would have been with using disposables. 4. Helps the environment by not only keeping less disposables from going into the landfill, but also reducing the amount of environmental resources using in creating the disposable diapers to begin with. Diapering nowadays is totally different than it used to be. I found that out very quickly. People don't use the large safety pins anymore and the diapers are just as easy to use as disposables. They can either be velcro or snapped closed in the front. Also, you can just have lots fun and be creative with all the designs that are available with the different brands out there. As you can see, my little girl is sporting her little owl patterned diaper above. At 2 months old, she still looks like she has a really big bum, but that will soon balance out as she gets older. Linking up to:
Vintage Mattel Jack In The Box
Vintage 70s Jack In The Box by Mattel...I remember this one.
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This guy still scares the living crap out of me. Hate that guy! Mattel Vintage Toy 1970s Jack in the Box
Vintage 70s Jack In The Box by Mattel. Probably why we all dislike clowns - scary as heck!
Vintage 1970s Jack In The Box by Mattel. I had one and this is why I am scared of clowns.
Vintage 70s Jack In The Box by Mattel - but we all had this in the 80's too of course..
And people question why I have a fear of clowns... Scary as shit!
80's Jack in the box--this survived all three of my kids
1970s Jack In The Box..I remember these.
Vintage 70s Jack In The Box (Toy)
80's Jack in the box
Remember licking the beaters??? Still love doing it!