Waterfuls Toy Giveaway

Waterfuls Toy Giveaway

The Easy Bake Oven is one of my favorite childhood memories because I was able to cook gourmet (in my mind) cakes and treats for my entire family. However, there are a handful of toys from my childhood that stand out for a variety of reasons. I often recall the water-filled, handheld basketball game that we used to take on trips with us. Accommodating two irritable siblings in a confined space, it offered us hours of amusement as we headed to our destination. This past holiday season, I learned these toys are still available so naturally they found their way into our toy guide and were among our toy donation to the children’s hospital.

Kahootz Toys has modernized this classic toy and given it new life and is a great non-candy Easter basket idea. I’m thrilled to know that Waterfuls will be helping kids create memories like I have and we’re giving away one right here!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Waterfuls Toy

Nicole

About Nicole

Founder and owner of SAHMReviews.com, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked as an ambassador for brands such as Netflix, U.S. Cellular and K'NEX, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two beautiful teen daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere playing board games.

26 comments on «Waterfuls Toy Giveaway»

  1. Rosanne says:

    The toy I remember best is a doll call “mau pau” I’m 64 years old and it was a kind of soft cotton doll. That may have been the name I gave it.

  2. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    It was one of the first electronic games called Merlin

  3. Josh Christian says:

    I had completely forgotten about these! These are wonderful memories!
    But, so are the memories of Hungry, Hungry Hippos! 🙂

  4. kimberly Zais says:

    All my polly pockets. im 30. Polly Pockets where my thing growing up and I had every single one ! I wish I kept everything from my passed for my little girl. Although they do have polly pockets, they are not like the ones I had growing up.

  5. Dana says:

    I remember board games like Clue and Mall Madness-I played them a lot during my childhood.

  6. Darlene Owen says:

    I loved playing Cooties.

  7. Mia E. says:

    Jump ropes were one of my favorites.

  8. Victoria Scott says:

    I absolutely loved my Lite Brite! I wish I still had it!

  9. Joseph menard says:

    Fun

  10. Debra Branigan says:

    I loved my Barbie dolls. My mom made us so many clothes for our Barbies, all very fashionable items and well-constructed.

  11. Debbie Welchert says:

    I used to have a stuffed monkey that I loved playing with. I played with him so much that my mom bought a new one because the old one was just worn out.

  12. Joanna Sisk says:

    Lite Bright

  13. Jordan Binkerd says:

    All the Star Wars action figures that started being released again in the late 90s. That first Luke Skywalker was built like He-Man instead of his whiny little self from the original film….

  14. Crystal K says:

    Puffalumps!

  15. jennifer bowen says:

    i have a lot of them one is playing Simon to this day i really can not keep up with it. the other is well my kiss dolls well back in the day i only had one of them but well now days i got the whole set but i had all kinds of fun playing with a lot of diffent toys.

  16. Donna L Holder says:

    all these i remember and miss them

  17. Vickie Gallo says:

    A special music box my parents gave me.

  18. Antoinette M says:

    My favorite toy was a walking/talking doll.

  19. Amy Deeter says:

    A toy from my childhood that i have fond memories of is my etch a sketch

  20. kathy pease says:

    I always loved Barbie dolls and had a bunch

  21. gala says:

    I loved dolls

  22. Eileen Boyce says:

    Operation game

  23. Lily Kwan says:

    my teddy bear

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