What is Your Fondest Childhood Memory?

What is your fondest childhood memory?

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12 thoughts on “What is Your Fondest Childhood Memory?

  1. The Wicked Queen

    Getting to spend time with my Dad, going on family vacations, my Mom reading me stories.

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  2. Anonymous

    We had this place we would go to, my sister and I, that we called the “Sandy Hideout.” We lived in Florida and it was just an area of dunes and trees. We would ride our bikes there and play for what seemed like hours at a time, climbing trees and digging in the sand and playing pretend. Boy, sometimes I miss the freedom and simplicity of early childhood.

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  3. Willow

    Playing with my cousins and sister at Aunt Bell’s house. She had a little southern house with a big old front porch and a HUGE HUGE HUGE yard. There was a barn and a garden. My cousins lived right next to her. There was no air conditioning but we played outside all day long anyway. In the hottest part of the day, there was TV inside while laying on a braided rug with PB&J or mayo sandwiches with lots of sweet iced tea. There was watermelon and pretend and hearty meals and it was the most blissful part of my childhood. I was very blessed to have that.

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  4. Jada

    Taking long walks with my dad by the ocean. I did not know it at the time but my dad was dying from cancer so he was always home. We would go for walks and collect seashells (especially abalone!) starfish and pieces of driftwood. I still have them today on my fireplace mantle. Those were the good days when time seemed to be neverending!

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  5. Stephanie Brummett

    Camping with my family on vacation. Once we stayed right on the edge of a river in Colorado. And once we stayed in a campground that at night had big get togethers with free ice cream and cartoons. And my absolute favorite was staying at the state park in Galveston, Texas on the sandy beach. My mom and walked out to the ocean very late at night, just the two of us, and it was so quite except for the waves rolling in and I sat down and dug into the sand and found all kinds of neat stuff.

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  6. Samantha

    My childhood seems like a flash of big nothings because I never took the time care.
    The most I can really remember enjoying was family trips to FL.

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  7. Mars

    Being the only girl in my whole “cousinry” I was always one of the boys. I enjoyed my childhood very much because I get to play anytime I want, wherever I want. I became a toughie being always with my cousins and that I will cherish for the rest of my life.

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  8. Heather

    Some of my fondest childhood memories are the family vacations that my parents took my younger brother and me on. One vacation in particular, which I remember only very vaguely. I was six and my brother was all of 16 months old. We were in San Diego at the zoo and we had gone through the entire zoo and we were just about to go into the petting zoo when all of a sudden, the sky opened up and it began to pour. My mom grabbed me and my dad grabbed my brother’s stroller and we took off running towards the rental car. By the time we got to the car, we all looked like drowned rats. I know it hardly rains in California, especially the San Diego area … they had ceded the clouds just days before. When we got back to the hotel, we called my cousin David who lives in San Diego and he brought up some really good Chinese food and we ate the Chinese and watched the rain fall.

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  9. debbie

    Some of my fondest memories as a kid were going to the Jersey Shore in the summer, we would pack the car and go to a realtor down there and say what do you have for this week, we would all go and check out the little bungalos and then pick one, Some of them had pots and pans holding up the beds and the one when you where sitting on the toilet the door couldn’t shut. My mom would always make onion rings down the shore, she would not fry anything in our house up north, and they were sooooo good, RIP MOM, Life was so simple then. Miss those days…….

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