Strawberry Shortcake is a fun cute character that many moms remember from the 80's and we fondly recall the sweet fragrance from the doll collection. We want to share a few thoughts from our resident tween author Olivia and a sweet reader named Gina.
"If you are a girl between the ages of three and eight, then chances are you have seen Strawberry Shortcake. This cartoon is a great show for this age group.
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Of course, the main character is Strawberry Shortcake. She and her playmates are very kid-friendly. My personal favorite is Angel Cake.
What also makes this cartoon so sweet is all of the cute colors, the happy music, and story lines. Even an older girl can still appreciate this sweet and innocent show. If you haven't seen it, you should check it out!" ~Olivia
Olivia says that she enjoys Strawberry Shortcake's website of fun filled adventures with coloring pages, games, and more!
A GGM reader named Gina says, "In this book, 'The Berry Big Storm', we read about a ginormous spring rainstorm that hits Strawberryland, and Huckleberry Pie's fort is flooded! They have a big disaster to clean up, but Strawberry Shortcake and her friends learn that the hardest jobs are easier to accomplish when everyone works together. They learn to work as a team and Huckleberry's fort gets fixed up and ends up even better than before!"
Growing in Grace found some additional information, at Strawberry Shortcake Central, that might prove fun for mothers and daughters to enjoy together. If you've saved any of your Strawberry Shortcake memorabilia from the 80's, you might find the worth of that collection at this site.
"I always enjoyed the dolls when I was a little girl and although I adore the vintage Strawberry Shortcake, I'm happy to see our fun little character redesigned for our own little girls. Such a fun way to connect with our daughters!" ~Sisterlisa
Growing in Grace Magazine is pleased to see an animated series and book collection that portrays the kind of Christ-like character shown in the lives of these sweet little people. Kindness and common courtesy is becoming endangered and it's important that we do all we can to preserve the qualities that God intends for us to have.
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Posted in Food Post Date 04/06/2017