Don't you just love Christmas toys from the past? As more millennials are entering adulthood, there is more 90s and early 2000s nostalgia all over the Internet. With Christmas coming up, I wanted to reminisce about toys from my childhood that I wanted for Christmas. As I scrolled through the pictures of the beloved toys from the past, some items I had never heard of but some I got all excited about and felt like a little girl again, even though it was just a brief moment. I’m positive that you wanted some of these toys as well. Here comes a trip down memory lane with these fantastic Christmas toys from the past.
1 Bratz Dolls
I had quite the collection of these dolls and would play with them while playing with my Barbies. They are definitely one of my favorite Christmas toys from the past.
2 Razor Scooter
My brother received the Razor scooter but I used it from time to time.
3 American Girl Dolls
My American Girl was Samantha. I even had the matching nightgown she wore.
Never had one myself but a few of my friends did. So I would just play with theirs when I was at their house.
5 Polly Pocket
Honestly, the fun part for me when it came to Polly Pockets were the rubber clothes. I thought they were so cool.
6 My Size Barbie
This toy was a good way to practice makeovers and I felt like she could come to life at any moment. That’s only a good thing if she was friendly. She’s Barbie, not Annabelle.
7 Doodle Bears
A toy that was meant to be drawn on. Could it get any better?
8 My Little Pony
For some reason, I enjoyed the smell of My Little Pony more than actually playing with them. Perhaps I’m not alone on this?
9 Baby All Gone
Another toy owned by a friend. I had more fun with the spoon that would change to different meals than with the doll.
10 Beanie Babies
Thinking they were going to valuable one day, we had a big box full of beanie babies. My favorite one was the black and white cat, Booties.
Another huge collection I had. But honestly, Furbies are really weird.
12 Easy-Bake Oven
This is one of the most popular girl's toys that don’t involve a doll. I got an Easy-Bake one year but I was sadly inept at making anything with it. Whereas I am good at baking with a real oven now, which is ironic. One day, I will try again with the Easy-Bake, hopefully, with the daughter I will have in the future.
13 Power Wheels Barbie Car
If I had one of these as a kid, it might have helped me in the future when it came to driver’s training.
14 Etch a Sketch
This is a classic toy that every child should have. I never was able to hone my etching skills, however.
The ultimate building material for anyone. This can still be fun as an adult and is good for stress-relief.
16 Betty Spaghetti
I remember playing with these a lot but I can’t recall owning one. Anyone guilty of putting them in funny poses?
17 Bop It
We never had a Bop It in our house but that is probably a good thing. These things were frustrating, but addictive as well. I probably would have destroyed the one I played with but it belonged to my friend. That would have ended badly.
Are there any toys that were on your Christmas wishlist as a kid? Please mention them in the comments.
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