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Aloha Friday: Most Treasured Object from Childhood

Aloha! Kailani is the brain-child behind this fun Friday meme. If you feel inclined to answer my question, please post your answer in the comment section. Sound fun? Of course it does! Want to answer more questions? Hop over to An Island Life and play along!

(Please feel free to answer the question below, even if you’re not playing Aloha Friday!)

My question:

What’s your most treasured object from childhood?

9 thoughts on “Aloha Friday: Most Treasured Object from Childhood”

  1. Whoa! Let me think. Do I even have anything. The only thing I can think of is all our photo albums. Our family photo albums was my favorite past time as a kid. I use too look at them all the time. Nope, I can’t think of anything. Oh boy, now I’ll be thinking and thinking until I remember something. Sheesh! OH, I know! I still have our Infant of Prague Statute when I was growing up. It was past down to me from my Mom. Whew! Thought that was going to be on my mind for weeks. ~hehe~ Have a great weekend. Following you.

  2. I was blessed to have a mother that kept everything so I have serveral things from my childhood in my child’s room now. But, I have a babydoll and a rocking chair that I really cherish!

  3. It’s not necessarily from my early childhood but when I was in high school my mom made my sister and I a crochet blanket. It is still my most prize possession. No one is allowed to use it but me and I sleep with it every night…why? Because my husband is like a generator when we sleep and my blanket keeps the left side of me warm…otherwise half of me freezes. LOL

  4. A plastic model car that my step father helped me build when I was about 10 or 11. Nothing special about it, the memory of him sitting at my side teaching me holds the value in it.

  5. That’s a tough one. I guess I’d have to say the coffee table in our living room. I’ve had it as long as I can remember as a kid – and I know it’s been passed around the family a lot. I love having it in my home as an adult, too.

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