Monday, April 11, 2011

UPDATE--Children of the 90s will be going off hiatus soon!

I know we have been on hiatus for a long time--just wanted to let the readers know that the blog should be back up and running soon! Children of the 90s will be back...possibly not as frequently, but I'd still like to keep it going. Thanks to all the fans for your patience. I will let you know when the new posts will start up again! I miss all of the fans and readers and after a long hiatus, I have decided to get back in the blogging game.
Please feel free leave a comment with any suggestions for topics! Check back soon for updates!

8 comments:

eeyore-fan said...

Yay - looking forward to it!

tvgirl48 said...

Great to hear! Your blog was one of my favorites and I was worried when you just disappeared without a word. Thanks for the update!

Fourra said...

nice, but im from the 80's

beanditch said...

My chest seriously tightened when I saw this in my reader. I'd like to equate my excitement right now to the day I have a child. Maybe not, though, since I don't really want kids. This is definitely more exciting.

Glad you're not dead!! ;)

karahmatha said...

Yay!

SarahBeth said...

Oh yay! I absolutely love this blog and when you stopped posting I was worried something had happened to you! Thanks so much for the update. :-)

Marauder said...

I just found this blog a few days ago and I LOVE it. I'm a few years younger than you and I'm from Minnesota too. So many childhood memories of going to people's birthday parties at Circus Pizza. :D

Did you do a post about POGs yet? I didn't see one and I remember those were the hugest deal when I was in third grade. I don't think we ever really played the game at my school, though, we just traded them. I still have a couple kicking around somewhere.

Admin said...

You might have already done this, as I'm a new reader (found your blog through looking up lisa frank haha) but ever heard of the point and click games called humongous entertainment? They were called "junior adventures" and were popular around mid to late 90's and early 2000's thought they started out earlier. They were supposed to teach "problem solving" and they had mini games throughout. They made freddi fish, putt putt, fatty bear, spy fox and Pajama Sam, as well as a few blues clues games, and three other series (big thinkers kindergarten and first grade, junior field trips and backyard sports) though I mostly care about the junior adventures with putt putt and so on. A post would be greatly appreciated.

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