Little Red Stories
It has been a family tradition that grandparents buy a Radio Flyer for a new grandchild. This has been going on for 5 generations. I received one from my grandpa, my children received a tricycle from my dad (grandpa), I gave all 5 of my grandkids all a Radio Flyer wagon and tricycle, my daughter has followed the tradition with her grandson with a tricycle. This has been a Christmas tradition with our family. A great way to welcome a new grandchild.
WE BOUGHT A RED FLYER FOR OUR SON WHEN HE WAS LITTLE AND PUT PILLARS IN IT AND BABY BLANKETS AND USED IT FOR A BABY BED CAUSE HE WAS SO SPOILED, HE WOULDNT SLEEP IN HIS BED, SO WE WOULD PUSH HIM BACK AND FORTH UNTIL HE WENT TO SLEEP THEN ROLL HIM OVER BESIDE OUR BED, THAT WAY HE DIDNT WAKE UP . WE LOVED IT SO DID HE.
We got our oldest daughter a red wagon for her second birthday. We used it for our other two girls and the kids that lived around us. In 1989 we moved to Florida and the wagon came with us. We kept it in the attic untill our oldest daughter who received it at the age of two told us she was pregnant and expecting a boy.. my husband got the wagon down and took it apart and cleaned it up..He painted it blue and we gave it to her at the shower filled with things for the baby.. she still has and uses it four boys later. The boys are 8,6,4,and 22mtsold and they still love riding In it our daughter is now 32 years old. It has been and always will be a very special wagon in our family