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I have a Hawaiian rag doll that I've had since I was 2 months old. My mom & I flew to Oahu to meet up with dad while he was on R&R from the Vietnam war. It's where he got to meet me for the first time. I've had it 43 years and will never get rid of it. I keep the doll in my cedar chest.
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I'm 38yo and still have my (rather large) box full of Legos. And nobody can take it away from me!
I'm not even sure that if I have a kid someday, I'll let him/her play with MY Legos. ;-)
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I have a pair of stuffed rabbits that my mother claims I’ve had since I was a toddler. One is larger, so naturally the mommy, and the other is gender ambiguous child. When they got grubby she would only put one in the wash at a time otherwise I’d throw a fit, apparently. I don’t remember any of this, or even the rabbits in particular, but I think my subconscious does, because I have felt the need to keep them. I don’t even see myself letting future children play with them.
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"Welcome to my shop / let me cut your mop / let me shave your crop!"

Bugs is still what I think of whenever I heard the overture to Barber of Seville.

Nice article! I took my one year old to an outdoor performance of Beethoven's 9th last year; he wasn't quite old enough to appreciate it yet. :)
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