I know we all think of Toys as something to display, but we don't really open them to play with them any more. So I just wanted to share a little story with you guys, which may bring back memories from when you were kids. My son is almost 2 and has been obsessed with Barney for the last 3 months or so. So, I needed to find something to take his mind off of asking about Barney all the time. I always wanted him to watch toy story. So I tried for a good month, and finally one day, he sat through the whole thing. Over the last month, I pretty much watched Toy Story 1, 2 and 3 a total of 100 times, which is much better then watching Barney 100 times. Now to the point. I was in Toys R Us and saw the cartoon accurate Woody and Buzz toys and picked up two sets (1 for him and one for me). I was going to wait till his b-day to give it to him, but I couldn't wait. So me and the wife agreed to give him just the Woody toy and not the Buzz toy yet. So as Toy Story finished. I told him that there was some one up stairs that wanted to say hi. My son thought it was his grandma or something. When I came downstairs with Woody, he stared at it in amazement for a good 5 minutes. He kept saying "Woody?", then pointing at the TV. He thought Woody had come to live with him. That night he wanted to bring Woody to bed with him, and now he carries him around pretty much everywhere. So when you open your TFs, just keep in mind the first time your parents got it for you and how it was so unbelievable. The funny thing is, now that I am 33, that are not many things in life that are as magical as getting the Woody doll. Ah, to be a kid again.