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Friday, April 10, 2009

Play time Characters


In "IF I Could Blog Back Time" post below, I remembered a play time with my brothers long ago. It got me thinking how the TV show impacted our Play time as kids. Stay and Read it,if you have time. Here is the Question:
What TV shows Character does your child pretend to be at playtime?
No Children,you say, then who did you pretend to be?

14 comments:

  1. My kids are always pretending to be superhero's. (Batman, Spiderman and even power rangers)

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  2. My daughter is always pretending to be Hannah Montana...that is her favorite right now!

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  3. My son always pretends to be a Superhero and forced me to be the villain.

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  4. My almost 4 year old is ALL bout Thomas the Train. He's got Autism so he doesn't really pretend play, but he likes to re-enact the videos with all of this trains.

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  5. My kids don't really pretent to be any characters but when he really wants things that we don't want to give him Like opening the fridge door he'll start yelling abre like Dora LOL! Come on over and link your Aloha Friday!

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  6. My son pretends to be superheros..or handy many lol sometimes even Spongebob AHHH

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  7. I can't remember what characters my daughters would pretend to be!

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  8. Hannah Montana or Gabriella from HSM. I'm sure it's just the age but it cracks me up to catch her singing w/ that great vibrato!

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  9. Elmo is always the favourite around here.

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  10. My 5 year old often pretends to be doing things with characters, but never is them per say. My little guy likes to pretend he is Cookie Monster.

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  11. My 4 year old son takes his camera and pretends he has his own web show like icarly. He'll mimic the "Random Dancing" bits.

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  12. my son's not old enough to pretend to be anything but his very charming (or very cranky) self.

    but when i was little, the my little ponies...

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  13. They haven't really gotten into role play yet. Too young still, me SheRa (can't spell)

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  14. My 3 year old grandson likes to pretend that he is Max from Max and Ruby.

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