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August 10, 2008


Posted by Malou at 8/10/2008 06:04:00 PM
I had a flashback of my childhood days which I think would be nice to look back. This memory dawn at me when I looked at the children these and said to myself how lucky they are in the sense that most of this kids had lots and lots of toys in their closets. Parents who can afford to buy their children fancy toys which you can see on T.V. that had been advertised everyday. But as for my observation this children who possess tons of toys sometimes lost interest in them. Too many to choose from.
Way back then we don't have lots of toys bought from the stores so what me, my sister and youngest brother did is to be a little creative. We used some resources in our backyard. Our backyard is full of banana plants and when the banana flower's bud had started to open the shell will fall on the ground and then we picked them up and ride on it. The size is about 3 feet length and one foot wide enough to fit our self sitting down while we take turns to pull it.
It's a lot of fun doing it and I love to share my experience as a child to my son someday. Teach our kids to be creative and resourceful for a sharper mind and child development.

3 comments on "Flashback"

Chubskulit Rose on August 11, 2008 at 2:34 AM said...

Count me in, all toys that we had when i was a kid are those that can be found around the house like bottle cap, flowers, leaves and everything that don't need to be bought. Life as a kid is a lot of fun, you don't have to have expensive toys, as long as your parents were there when you were growing up..

Good post lou.. Thanks!

faye on August 11, 2008 at 10:03 AM said...

haahhaa wala po kayo sakin auto auto ko si upak ki batag and tabog ang reda hehe and bahaybahayan mga masitas ni lola ang tinda,,read my blog about happy memory ang kabataan

Malou on August 11, 2008 at 10:22 AM said...

hey guys I still have more stories but I end up writing this one post for months and months hahaha

I'm so glad you have same experience as myself hehe


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