So Lovely, You’ll Hang Onto This For Your Grandchildren!

Jun 27, 2012 21 Comments by

Some toys are disposable, while others serve their purpose and are then passed on to friends or recycled at your garage sale or local thrift store. This Colorback Seaturtle is more likely to be saved for the grandchildren since it is made with the highest quality craftsmanship and as attractive to look at as it is practical for learning.

Colorback Seaturtle Giveaway

Would you like to win your own Colorback Seaturtle? To enter, simply answer this: What was your favorite childhood toy? Do you still have it? If you want extra entries, you can also use PunchTab. Out of all the comments and entries we receive, we will draw one name (courtesy of random.org) and award them the Colorback Seaturtle. Winners must have a USA shipping address, see all the rules here. Drawing ends Monday, July 2nd, at 10AM PST.

Winner Is:
Shannon King, who says, “I had a stuffed chimpanzee named Zippy. I slept with it till I got married. I do still have it.” Congratulations Shannon – and thank you ALL for participating!


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The oldest of the "Timberdoodle children" I now work full time for the company, filling such roles as marketing manager, curriculum adviser, video producer, etc. In my spare time I enjoy reading, babysitting, baking, and volunteering both as a tech for our local church and as an EMT with the fire department.

21 Responses to “So Lovely, You’ll Hang Onto This For Your Grandchildren!”

  1. Jenny says:

    It was a tiny white wooden wagon, with a red and white pull cord that held alphabet blocks! I still have the wagon and a few of the blocks :)

  2. Carol says:

    A pink stuffed bear with plastic ears .. and I still have it (even though I chewed the tips off his ears off!) :)

  3. Monica says:

    My favorite toy was a cassette recorder that I got. Also a truck/trailer set because I mostly got girly toys for my bday, and I wanted something with wheels!! No, I do not still have them. I would like to win this toy though!

  4. Malynda says:

    I still have the yarn doll my grandmother made for me.

  5. Tabitha Zehner says:

    My grocery set, play refrigerator, and grocery cart. It’s long gone now though.

  6. Phyllis says:

    My favorite toy was my doll cradle. I do still have it, and I’m hoping to refinish it for my little girl’s 3rd birthday!

  7. Margo Lewis says:

    My favorite was Fashion Plates, and, no, I don’t have it anymore. :(

  8. Mdge says:

    My favorite was a glow worm doll that played music!

  9. Holly says:

    My favorite was a doll house, and yes I have it.

  10. Sally B. says:

    My brown teddy bear named Michelle! Yes, I still have her in my closet–a 38 year old bear!

  11. Megan says:

    Hmm…I guess maybe my cabbage patch dolls, and my parents might have saved them for me.

  12. Janell says:

    My favorite was a life size baby doll; I don’t have her anymore.

  13. Jessica says:

    My favorite was my cabbage patch doll Julie. She’s saved at my parents’ house.

  14. jennifer g. says:

    strawberry shortcake doll and i do still have her (passed her on to my daughter)

  15. Shannon King says:

    I had a stuffed chimpanzee named Zippy. I slept with it till I got married. I do still have it.

  16. Kelley says:

    My favorite toy was my stuffed Panda which I still have sitting on my dresser.

  17. Christy Patterson says:

    Fisher Price little people – no longer have them, but bought the newer version for my kids!

  18. Amber says:

    My “marshmellow” baby. She was made of pure white fabric and had a purple dress and a sprig of purple hair. I still have her but she isn’t so white anymore and shes missing an eye.
    :(

  19. Bridget says:

    Care Bears! And yes, I still have them!

  20. Michelle Lewis says:

    My favorite toy was…a blanket! It was versatile: as a blanket (of course), as a dress or hair piece during make believe, and as a ‘roof’ for the sofa cushion and pillow forts that I used to build. I don’t have it anymore. It literally disintegrated after years of playtime and washings. It was a woven cotton bicentennial American flag blanket.

  21. Lisa M says:

    My favorite toy was my set of Sunshine family dolls. And yep! I still have them all these years later!

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