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04-06-2014 18:36 #11
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04-06-2014 18:36 #12
I can't believe how expensive they are now! I had them as a kid in the UK. We were not well off at all. My mum has them in her attic still. I want to ship them over for my kids! Got tons of it.
I think they're a good toy to have
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04-06-2014 18:52 #13
I had some as a kid and LOVED them. We had the animals & furniture in our dolls houses, and they got so much use throughout our childhood. My mum still has mine, and my daughter (20 months) now loves them. My SIL (11) also loved playing with them when she saw them.
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04-06-2014 21:19 #14
Lol he won't let me have any cause of the price - we moved from the uk so I don't have mine from when I was younger (they got passed on to my younger sisters etc)
I loved them cause they were animals, they were cute, their were loads of things to go with them, it was just something I was hugely in to!
04-06-2014 21:28 #15
Sorry just (like I said) being nosy. We've only had them for a short time and I didn't have them growing up.
04-06-2014 21:52 #16Senior Member
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My 6 year old adores them. It's been all she has wanted for birthday's and christmas for the last 3 years, and she saves up her money and buys more with them. It's fair to say we have rather a lot of SF, but they are played with regularly, and when they are no longer played with I'll pack them up and keep them for grandchildren.
I can't tell you everything that we have, but we have the caravan (that's what started it all), one of the cars, the nursery tree house, the hospital with extras, bathroom, dining room, triple bunks, nursery playground, prams, different families, popcorn cart, log cabin maybe the supermarket (I don't remember the last purchase, there was a lot of decision making over it and the supermarket was one of the potential purchases) and more little bits and pieces that I can't remember.
She is desperate for Santa to bring her one of the houses...can't remember which one, I just remember the $300 price tag. I'm trying to talk her out of it given she has the log cabin but she's not swaying from it at all.
04-06-2014 22:07 #17
05-06-2014 16:39 #18
ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1401953436.642317.jpgi got this house for $60 today was $80 :-)
I'll get a family and some furniture for it but I'm not planning on completing the house. Just get enough for it be fun play
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05-06-2014 17:07 #19
05-06-2014 17:24 #20
Haha that's cute :-) beechwood hall is amazing love that it had working lights.
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