My Sister’s Imaginary Friend “Siggy” (Contest Winners…New Contest!)

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  1. Kristie Whiting says:

    My favorite childhood T.V. show was probably “My Three Sons” I had a bit of a crush on Don Grady (Robbie) and loved watching through to Robbie getting married and still living at home and triplets born!! It was all very exciting for me!!

  2. Kacee says:

    I remember HR Puff N Stuff. Wow… Brings back memories! When I was younger I was in love with Stewart Peterson that stared in ” Where the Red Fern Grows”. His picture graced my bathroom mirror for years!

  3. Luanna says:

    At least you put up a cute picture of me 🙂 I do miss Siggy!

  4. Julie says:

    I had forgotten all about Sigmund the Sea Monster! Hmmm what tv show DIDN’T I like??? My favorites were “I Dream of Jeannie”, “Bewitched”, and “Gidget”…oh and of course “The Monkees” because I had a major crush on Davey Jones!!!

  5. Chelsea B. says:

    I loved watching Barney when I was younger! That show probably made up 50% of my intelligence, haha! 🙂
    Monster House is such a great movie! I haven’t watched it in forever, though!

  6. Crystal J. says:

    I loved My Little Pony, She-ra Princess of Power, and Rose Petal. The new My Little Pony is not the same 🙁 Not many people remember She-ra and Rose Petal. The new cartoons aren’t as good as the old ones!!!

  7. Cristina says:

    Jimmy! Hands down. I loved Jimmy. I was convinced some way we were meant to be. hahaha. Little girl dreams are the best aren’t they? I love Monster House. I found these giant jelly candy spiders at the store and got a couple. Then I made popcorn and mixed it with candy corn. I then hid a spider in the bowl. I turned on a movie and put the bowl down for my grandson, (he is a 4 year old with autism who lives with me). Omgosh. you should have seen him when he got to the spider. He loved it! He was so surprised and excited. He thought it was so funny. Out of the mist of life’s biggest challenges comes beauty so awesome it makes you cry. Fun post. Good stuff.

  8. Stacey says:

    Ahhhh! Such a cute story! My McKaydee had an imaginary friend for awhile that was her boyfriend and his name was “July”. She had her wedding all planned out to him and everything. So cute! I loved shows like The Cosby Show, Growing Pains (loved Kirk Cameron!), Little House on the Prairie and now my kids watch these on Netflix and love them. It is so fun to see them enjoy shows I loved. Monster House is a great movie! Everyone needs to see this one!
    Happy Autumn Friend!

  9. Brooke says:

    I used to love watching the Love Boat. Just absolutely loved it. And mork and Mindy. Ohh, and the cosby show. Such good shows back then!

  10. Emily says:

    I loved watching what I called “The Muphy and Jody Show” I can’t even remember the real name now. It was about the manequins that came to life in the store at night. I’m going to have to do a search and look it up again!

  11. Re Emmons says:

    My sister and I weren’t allowed to watch much television. Mom believed in reading and drawing…a lot. We enjoyed all that too. Both of us could/would/still do draw people. She has a granddaughter that draws a lot also! My granddaughter, 5, reads a lot!
    We enjoyed “I Dream of Jeanie”, Elizabeth Montgomery’s show as well as Lucille Balls’ hilarious antics, and no, I would be remiss to not mention “Sigmund The Sea Monster”. My children often spoke in rememberance of their watching: “Where the Red Fern Grows”. We’ve had an experience like that. Our big giant shepherd and our little black (both saved pet-friends) fluffy kitty, TuTu, lov’d one another. She’d point a place in our backyard, and he’d dig it out for her, yet only where she chose. They never did find buried treasure. They’d curl up together to nap, and when she passed, he just mourned and mourned her. True story, you know.

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  12. Amy says:

    I really enjoyed “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman”. I remember sitting down on Saturday nights with my family and my Mom putting soft foam curlers in my wet hair to sleep on over night…..for lovely curls on sunday Morning. Loved “Dr. Quinn”. I loved the “pioneer” area romance movies and books. Good old fashion chivalry. Probably why i like MLM books so much.

  13. Shadow says:

    When i was a kid, i always went to the scary shows. So Weird, Goosebumps, Tales of the Crypt…and the list went on! lol What a weird child i was. 🙂 Monster House is a super cute movie! Love it! Thanks for the chance to win! Very fun! 🙂

  14. Leanna Morris says:

    O I enjoyed so many tv shows as a kid (well I still do) but we weren’t allowed to watch a lot of tv. I enjoyed all the “old” Saturday morning cartoons, like Huckleberry Hound, Road Runner, etc. but there were other shows I liked as well: Dobie Gillis, My 3 Sons, Dennis the Menace…guess I’m giving clues as to my age here. I still enjoy watching reruns of these and so many others.
    By the way, Monster House is such a good family movie. Would love to win to share with my grandkids! (Oops…there goes that age thing again!)

  15. sue brandes says:

    My favorite cartoon was Road Runner and Bugs Bunny. Also loved the Addams Family and The Munsters. There were so many fun shows when I was a kid.

  16. Rebecca Booth says:

    My favorites were Mighty Mouse, Tom and Jerry, and Bugs Bunny!

  17. Kirsten says:

    The Smurfs was one of my favorite Saturday morning cartoons. So you can imagine how excited I was to see that it’s back (somewhat) in theater! I’ve also bought copies of the cartoons for my kids to watch and lo and behold! They love them too! Yeah! My favorite after school show was 21 Jump Street. I mean, who doesn’t love a little Johnny Depp now and then?!

  18. Angeline Jarvis says:

    Scooby Doo! I loved the mystery on the show and loved all the characters.

  19. Julie Witt says:

    This is totally going to date me, but I refused to miss an episode of The Monkees!! Every week I drooled over Davey Jones and sang along with the guys:) And of course, I watched The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family religiously as well! Yeah ….. definitely dating myself!

  20. Rebecca Birch says:

    I loved Little House on the Prairie, The Brady Bunch, and I Dream of Jeannie. Wouldn’t it be fun to cause a little mischief by folding your arms and blinking at people? My mom made my sister and I silkie nightgowns when we were little. We used to run around the house “being Jeannie”.

  21. Christina says:

    I’m with Stacey… Kirk Cameron in Growing Pains was definitely a favorite. He was sooo cute. Loved Cosby Show too. When I was little I had an imaginary friend named Angela. I had seven brothers and I lived on an acreage so I needed a female friend in my life to keep me company. We went on lots of adventures together, but I kept her pretty much to myself. Facts of Life, and Family Ties were other favorites. T.V. was so wholesome back then… sigh.

  22. Bethany says:

    I was a pansy child and afraid of my own shadow, so I watched Winnie the Pooh for many years (there isn’t anything scary in winnie the pooh after all!!). Then when I was a little older my favorite thing to watch was reruns of Little house! I also watched sonic the hedghog because I wanted my older brother to think I was cool.

  23. Marie V. says:

    For me it was Full House! I loved watching that show! I’d turn the tv on as soon as I got home from school!

  24. My favorite show was SpongeBob >.> edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom

  25. Mippy says:

    Oh my gosh I had too many faves!
    I’ll say the Adam’s Family! I loved Lurch and cousin IT 🙂
    Thank you for the chance! 🙂

  26. Carrie Martone says:

    My favorite was Duck Tales for cartoon and Full House for TV show

  27. Oris says:

    Marcia and Luanna with their imaginary friends about drove over the edge!
    Their dad

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