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I just saw Acrylicana's post and it brought back so many memories of my own Little People playset when I was younger.
Apparently, mine was called the Main Street playset. I even named my figurines: Jeffrey (firefighter), Agatha (the one in red), Aladdin (mailman), Jasmine (blue girl but in this set, it’s green) and Lola (granny). Yeah, those names didn’t even have themes or anything. I feel like I just pulled them out of my butt at the time.
Toys from the 80s and 90s might not be as hi-tech as toys these days but I feel that a lot of them were so much better then. Just look at the craftsmanship and the design of this one. It’s such an interactive experience in such a small package.
I wonder if my playset is still at home. If it is, I’m definitely cleaning it and saving it for my kids, along with all my vintage Polly Pocket sets.
Photo: Found through Google Images

I just saw Acrylicana's post and it brought back so many memories of my own Little People playset when I was younger.

Apparently, mine was called the Main Street playset. I even named my figurines: Jeffrey (firefighter), Agatha (the one in red), Aladdin (mailman), Jasmine (blue girl but in this set, it’s green) and Lola (granny). Yeah, those names didn’t even have themes or anything. I feel like I just pulled them out of my butt at the time.

Toys from the 80s and 90s might not be as hi-tech as toys these days but I feel that a lot of them were so much better then. Just look at the craftsmanship and the design of this one. It’s such an interactive experience in such a small package.

I wonder if my playset is still at home. If it is, I’m definitely cleaning it and saving it for my kids, along with all my vintage Polly Pocket sets.

Photo: Found through Google Images