We all have different childhood stories.However, the one thing we all have in common are things like Staying up late with our cousins and friends while planning our futures-thinking we could change the world, that we could do anything we wanted as if we had no limitations or roadblocks to stop us. I always had the feeling like I had so much time on my hands to create an amazing future for myself, I always had something really great planned and to look forward to. I miss that feeling so much. All is not lost though, my consolation now is the amazing childhood memories I made. Things like love which was always mom’s hug, goodbyes that meant till tomorrow and the highest place on earth being my dad’s shoulder.Apart from those abstract things in my life, I bet the things below made for amazing childhood stories for each and everyone of us. Enjoy the walk down memory lane!
There was nothing better than waking up to Hey Arnold! on Saturdays. As a child, it’s all you looked forward to. His escapades of navigating life in the big city, falling madly in love and living freely with his grandparents made us all want his life-that’s what we thought life should be like. There’s nothing else that resonated with any kid more than this Nickelodeon show. It;s shows like this that made us cherish childhood memories.
This must have been the scariest advert as we were growing up. We basically thought eating Gushers would make your head turn into a fruit. I really used to think my head would turn into a big apple. I hated it. The first time I ate Gushers, the inside was so gross, I thought someone had poisoned it. Then again, these was one of the most amazing childhood memories. I was so disappointed that my head remained the same.
Everything from the actors, to the comedy, the costumes and the 80’s sound tracks made this movie amazing. “Too Much” is still one of my favorite songs. I really wanted to live in the spice world as I grew up. I think any eight-year old girl did. It was the beginning of our childhood stories of Broadway dreams.