Brad and Sarah nominated me for this tag!! Thank you both! I’ve seen it going around and I’ve wanted to do it so bad!! I love to remember my childhood! I think this particular tag means a lot more than it seems at first glance. The shows, movies, and programs we watch as young children were a big part of our lives and have had a great affect on us as people and how we have matured and grown.
1) Share 5 movies from your childhood.
2) Do a mini write-up about what made this movie special to you as a child. (optional)
3) Acknowledge the person who tagged you and link it back to their blog.
4) Tag 5 or more bloggers to take up the challenge if they choose.
This was such an adorable and classy show! My mom and dad read us some of the books out loud when we were really little and then when I was about 7 is when I first started watching the episodes. They were great! You can still find some on YouTube and I watch them with my little bro occasionally. Paddington is such a funny character and I loved all his adventures!
Ah, yes, my childhood would not have been quite the same without this show. I can still hear the opening music in my head! We had a VHS tape with like 4 of the episodes on it and believe me…I know those by heart! 😜😂 The tape goes fuzzy now in a few places, but it still works! 😎
We had the DVD ever since I was like…7??? We had one of those portable DVD players that can come with you for long car trips and we would watch this movie over and over again! 😂 I’m not kidding! I have like the whole script memorized! It’s such a charming story of a young and happy orphaned girl who comes to live with her rich and sour aunt in a miserable town. It teaches great lessons and was one of my favorite movies ever!
This was my favorite thing to watch growing up! I loved the stories about Jesus and other characters in the Bible! The parables that Jesus told and His life, death, and resurrection! I also loved the animated heroes! Helen Keller, Alexander Graham Bell, Pocahontas, Harriet Tubman just to name a few. I really feel like these, in particular, helped to shape me into the person I am today and I am grateful that I watched so many of them.
Winnie The Pooh
Nothing beats Pooh for the little ones! His innocence, kindness, and warm friendship are enjoyable to watch, even now! When I was younger, I thought that part of the reason Pooh was so great is because they had a character to represent all different kinds of children…today I realize though, I think all of us have a little of each personality in us. We are not always bouncy and happy, sad and gloomy, shy and scared, demanding and controlling, kind and funny, but I think each of them represents us in the end…just a little bit! 😉
That was so much fun to do!!