Crazy Things You Loved to Do When You Were a Little Girl

Crazy Things You Loved to Do When You Were a Little Girl

As a little girl, you may have fancied many things and even done some of them. Little girls are full of fun and always wanting to do crazy stuff that seems extremely invigorating for them. As an adult now, you may be reminded of some of these crazy things you loved to do as a little girl. A few from the list will manage to take you back to your childhood and bring back those wonderful memories. Take a look at the crazy things you loved to do as a little girl.

1. Getting involved in a physical fight

How many times have you got yourself into a physical fight with girls or boys your age? Unleashing the fury, hitting with your fists and pushing people off may have sounded interesting and challenging then but will today bring a smile on your face when you think about it. Many times, the reasons may have been silly but back then, they would have been the dearest and the most important to you.

2. Throwing snowballs at strangers

Come winter and it is time for the beautiful and fragile snow. Making a snowman and throwing snowballs were a favorite pastime. Ever hurled a snowball at a stranger and pretended as if you did nothing? If this sounds familiar, then you surely had an adventurous childhood. Strangers are always ready to forgive when they see innocent faces of pretty little girls.

3. Making wishes

A shooting star, a stray strand of hair and so many weird things demand a wish to be made immediately. Just imagine the number of wishes you may have made. Some may have come true and some may have gone unsuccessful. It meant the world then and today, they may be sounding silly. Anyways, this is one of the crazy things you loved to do as a little girl.

4. Wait for the tooth fairy

Broken a tooth? You must have been asked to place it under a pillow at night and make a wish so that the tooth fairy blesses you with what you asked for. A Barbie doll may have taken the place of the broken tooth. You believed the existence of the tooth fairy then but today you narrate the same story to your little girl/boy knowing full well that you play the role of the fairy.

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