Children of the 21st century

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      I was in the line up at a department store today and I saw a kid behind

      me with some toys that her mom was going to buy for her(Maybe she has a

      January birthday )…….I can remember when I was young there was no

      Toys R Us and toys weren’t really available in large spread like they

      are now and we looked forwrd to getting the Sears catalogue”Wish Book”

      and the stores would have Toytown a section for toys that started in

      late October that that isles and isles (4 maybe of the latest toys) Wow

      those were the days.I only got toys Christmas and Birthdays,Times sure

      have changed now kids can’t have lunch without getting a toy.

      Tracy

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Shawnee” wrote:

      >

      > I know I for one do not give in to the “I wants” of my children. I

      know

      > that if I do that now, my soon to be teens will be throwing fits for

      > $100 shoes and jeans. They always get what they need, and once in a

      > while get something they want, usually not the extremely expensive

      > wants, unless it is birthday time or Christmas.

      > Shawnee

      >

      > — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, rani gee wrote:

      > >

      > > Playing hopscotch hide and seek even a game of rounders was all in

      a

      > day’s fun for a thirteen year old in the good old days.

      > > Of course all good things come to an end

      >

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