Growing up as a child of the 90s
Growing up in the 90s was the best of all the other decades all put together. The 90s had the best toys, movies, shows and some attractive events that produced the 90s. More than ten years, it almost seems that it was the start of the millennium. War was ending and science became more significant. I am ecstatic to be a child of the 90s. Maturing as a child in the 1990s was full of fun toys and important events that shaped this era. As a kid I grew up around a family that cared and imagination was important. I mostly played with anything that was centered on Barbie. I had everything from Barbie dolls to Barbie powered wheeled car. I was a girly kind of girl and played with a Barbie water gun. I was drawn as a child to pink or purple toys because I was a girl and everything that was Barbie was a foundation of the other toys I liked. I loved to play with toys from McDonalds; that’s where imagination played the main role. I used to argue with my cousin over which doll to use when we are playing hairdresser with the dolls from McDonalds. I didn’t notice till now was that all the toys that were popular are small: The Teenage Ninja Turtles and Beanie Babies. The slinky and glop was well-liked among the children. It often gives them something to do with their hands. The game console was The Super Nintendo. The games for Super Nintendo was Super Mario, Street fighter, Zelda and Kirby. The Play station games were Bloody Roar, Tekken and Sonic. Those are most popular toys of the 90s.
The shows in the 1990s are what made up the 90s in this adventurous period. Hey Arnold, was about a boy whose head was shaped like a football. He lives in the city that took place in Seattle and lives with his grandparents in a boarding house. Rugrats was my favorite show when I was young. The show focuses on eight babies and their day-to-day...
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