We all have those nostalgic toys we remember from childhood, but do you remember these? Do they spark any memories?
I cannot believe this dog is named the Poo-Chi. It is bizarre, to say the least. This dog “pet” was made in 2000 and was discontinued in 2002. The dog was created by Sega and was $24.99. It was made for children and wildly popular. The Furby had come out and was taking the storm by 2000, but it was dwindling. The dog could move and speak and listen to commands. I had this toy. It was fun for about 5 minutes, and then it just sat on my shelf.
This was a special collector’s edition of Barbie. There isn’t a lot of information on this other than this was released in 1999. This Barbie was not one that was supposed to be played with, it was just supposed to be looked at. It came with a mirror ball, and she was in a lovely blue and silver dress. Somehow I had this Barbie. I don’t know where it is or where it went, but I wish I did. It goes for a bunch of money on eBay right now. So if you have it, I would try to sell it.
Hunchback of Notre Dame Play Set:
This set was made in 1995-1996 for the movie that was in 1996. There were many toys, including Polly Pocket’s, but this was a full set, where this was just a part and had figurines included. I loved this set as a child. Again, there isn’t a lot of information about this set. It was the full set of areas from the movie. Hunchback wasn’t the most popular movie, but they had a lot of toys from it, just like with every Disney movie.
Do you remember these toys? Post your thoughts in the comments below!
As always, Creating Nostalgia Millennial Style!