I received a custom Build-A-Wagon in exchange for spreading the word about National Little Red Wagon Day. All opinions are my own.
When I was a child, my grandparents lived in the sleepy town of Wrightsville, GA.
The only reason you may have heard of it is if you are a SEC football fan.
It is the home of Hershel Walker.
I haven’t been there in years, but as a child, there was nothing to do there other than go to the Dairy Queen and visit my Grandfather’s hardware store.
That didn’t stop us from having fun.
We played in the sprinkler and swam.
We ate fruit at the picnic table outside.
And, we played with the Little Red Wagon. It was one of the few toys that my Grandparents kept on hand for their five granddaughters.
As a small child, I can remember being pulled around in it.
We would go for walks, sometimes down to my Grandmother's brother's house, which was just a few doors down.
As I got older, it became a carriage for my dolls as we adventured around the great outdoors.
Those were such simple but happy times.
I have such happy childhood memories of that little wagon.
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That is why I am so excited to help Radio Flyer celebrate National Little Red Wagon Day.
Skye and I recently built her own custom Little Red Wagon through their Build-A-Wagon store. I’ll have to say; it is pretty incredible all the options they have these days.
Since we spend much of the year at the beach, I was so excited to be able to get these giant wheels, storage, and sun shade. Hubby was super-excited about the speakers.
The best part? The smile on Skye’s face. She loves it as much as I did.