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"On my 1st birthday I got a Radio Flyer wagon! This thing went everywhere with my family to the cottage, camping, schools, and parks. I was so in love with it and so were all my Teddys and dolls. But one night when my family and I were camping it was stolen, along with a lot of my families other things. I was 5. My parents thought it did not need to be replaced because I was older now and could walk places. I was devastated. I now have a 9 month old and we plan on not only getting him a radio flyer wagon but also the tricycle. I am so excited to see his face light up, I think I will be more excited and have great memories fly back to me when I go and buy it."
"When I was a little girl, we were very poor and always had hand me downs of shoes/clothing/socks, the neighbors were always very kind and even gave my family food. I had the sweetest Kindergarten teacher, Mrs Filmore. We lived next door to a Mom/Dad and Little girl her name was Patty - she was about 6 years old - I was the youngest of 6 kids. I was 4 at the time. Patty got just about anything she asked for, and for her 7th birthday she got a beautiful Radio flyer Red Wagon, I was so excited to see her playing with it, and she came over to our yard one day and said can I put you in my wagon and take you for a ride, I said let me ask, so excited with joy I ran in the house - my Mom said yes, oh how I loved that ride, I felt so happy and excited. Whenever she was outside I would watch her and she had so much fun with her wagon, I said maybe someday we can get one too, we never did, however the memories have always put a smile on my face. Debbie from Michigan lived on Annipolis St. in 1960"