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Sweet Valley Twins!

Sweet Valley Twins Books - loved these books growing up! Me & Lisa wanted to be Jessica & Elizabeth.

Read it over and over and over....

Best Judy Blume book I ever read! I guess it's a girl thing. "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" is a very close second.

Sweet Valley Twins-my older sister sharon had these books and I died to read them. I seriously devoured these books!

Sweet Valley Twins - Again, I read ALL of these books.and Sweet Valley High, too!

The decade that was truly, truly, truly outrageous. LOVED these magazines

Sitting in your room for hours poring over Teen Beat, SuperTeen, Bop, and Tiger Beat.

Sitting in your room for hours poring over Teen Beat, SuperTeen, Bop, and Tiger Beat. 53 Things Only Girls Can Understand These guys had the same hair style

Babysitter's club. Books you know you read.

The baby sitters club books! I loved these when I was a kid! Read them all.my sister had the Babysitters little sister books. My girls are now reading the little sister books we found at a book sale recently.

Sticker Books - I remember making these. Remember the scratch & sniff ones?

Were you a little girl in the .then you MUST have had a sticker book like this. Felts Felts Kurtz - Check out those teddy bear stickers on the left. We totally had those! And you were the one with all the unicorn stickers, for sure.

T.G.I.F. every Friday night...never missed it!  (and Perfect Strangers)

Best Friday Night lineup ever. I loved Balky from Perfect Strangers.

One of my favorite children's books from back in the day.

I remember when I was actually PROUD of myself for being able to read books like these. Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish. My favorite childhood books

childhood memories colorforms

i had this exact set and i remember making up a story using the Charlie Brown colorforms as the storyboard and my grade teacher let me read it in front of everyone.

Barbie Happy Meal Toys (I'm pretty sure between my sisters and I, we had every single one of these)

I remember "Barbie Happy Meal" toys. A lot of trips took place to McDonalds to get another Happy Meal and another Barbie.

The Typical Day Of A Kid In The Early ’90s What life was like before getting sucked into the vortex of the internet.

The Typical Day Of A Kid In The Early '90s

Read Goosebumps , The Babysitters Club , Sweet Valley Twins , and boxcar children. The Typical Day Of A Kid In The Early

Remember how our costumes all had plastic masks :)

I had this costume. Old school Halloween Costume. Remember when your costume would come with these plastic masks?

Un toit pour dix (Just the Ten of Us) est une série télévisée américaine en 47 épisodes de 25 minutes, créée par Steve Marshall et Dan Guntzelman et diffusée entre le 26 avril 1988 et le 27 juillet 1990 sur le réseau ABC. C'est une série dérivée de Quoi de neuf docteur ? (Growing Pains). En France, seuls 24 épisodes ont été doublés en français et diffusés à partir du 18 mai 1990 dans l'émission Giga sur Antenne 2. Rediffusion du 22 juillet 1996 au 22 août 1996 sur France 2.

From Cheers to You Can't Do That on Television, some shows were so popular everybody either watched them or at least knew of them. Other shows were so short lived they never had time to leave much of an impression on us