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Rick’s Top Toys From Childhood
I would have to say that growing up in the 70's as a kid wasn't a bad thing at all. There weren't as many distractions as there are today. No online gaming or surfing through 200+ TV channels, no staring at a computer screen wondering what phrase to type into Google, just to see what the search resu…
Teen Launches Campaign for Gender-Neutral Easy Bake Oven
Thirteen year-old McKenna Pope is fighting mad at Hasbro, and this little activist wants some positive changes now. The eighth grader, who hails from Garfield, New Jersey, has started a petition on Change.org asking Hasbro to make their Easy Bake Ovens more gender-neutral.
Toy Company Debuts New Gender-Blind Catalog
Scandinavian Toys"R"Us licensee Top-Toy has taken a new approach to making sure kids get what they really want for Christmas: a fully gender-blind catalog that erases the line between boys' and girls' toys.
Most Outrageous and Inappropriate Toys for Kids
Since it is Christmas time, I was surfing the internet to find some fun and interesting gifts. What I found was far from that, I found the most inappropriate gifts for kids. Keep reading to find out what I found. Yes, people really do buy these things for their children...
Cabbage Patch Kids Are Making A Comeback
Last night I found myself unable to sleep so I spent my insomnia surfing the web.  I hopped onto the Toys R Us website only to find something from my childhood that I absolutely adored, Cabbage Patch Kids!  Not just any Cabbage Patch Kids, but the vintage sailor dressed Cabbage Patch Kid.
Easy-Bake Oven Makeover, No Light Bulb Necessary
If you are like me you had an Easy-Bake Oven growing up.  I'm pretty sure just about every little girl since 1963 has had an Easy-Bake Oven.  Yes, the designs have changed over the years but one thing remained the same,  the 100-watt light bulb that was required to cook the food.