Boymom4 wrote:Wakeup2011 wrote:Boymom4 wrote:Glad to hear a positive target store instead of the usual negative ones. Glad it worked out and you have a happy kiddo. Luckily I was able to grab one for my 7 yr old who is not only pokemon obsessed, but also funko obsessed
Haha ...you have described our child. He is the collector not us. He is so happy to have Pikachu. He looks at it everyday and even leaves it by his bedside to sleep with it near him. It’s so cute. He really loves it.
That's awesome! It makes hunting down these funko pops a little more bearable when it makes our kids so happy. Every collector should experience collecting through the eyes of a child. I feel like their innocence and pure happiness and joy is what collecting is all about. In my opinion it's not about the value, but rather what makes you and your kids and family happy. My husband and son's have so much fun collecting funko pops. Some dads take their kids to baseball games and my husband takes our kiddos pop hunting because this is what makes them happy
That is so sweet that you and your husband do so much to make your kids happy. Pop hunting really makes them happy and it such a nice family activity and has great rewards of family time. Kudos to you both