I know it's not even Halloween yet, but soon it will be the holiday season. And around this time of year, I love nostalgia. So many wonderful memories come back to me about family and when I was younger.

Lisa Thornberg, Getty Images, Think Stock
Lisa Thornberg, Getty Images, Think Stock

Grab the tissues and let's go back to when things were a little lighter. Enjoy these commercials:

McDonald's Commercial from the 80's - Ice Skating

Toys R Us 1976 Christmas TV Commercial - This one made me tear up.

I think I always wanted one of these so I always loved their commercials - Atari

When I see the Toys R Us Christmas Commercial from 1976, I always remember my Dad and how special Christmas was. I totally teared up when I saw this commercial. totally brought back the memories.

These two commercials always warmed my heart when I saw them. The Ronald McDonald one, I always imagined him picking me up and swinging me around on the ice rink when I was little.

What is one of those Christmas TV commercials when you were growing up that you totally miss seeing and it brings you right back to childhood? I would love to hear from you and make a list of Ocean County's favorite "old" TV Christmas Commercials.

I love commercials, I know weird, but they get me every time. The Folger's coffee one always gets me and there are so many more. Most Christmas TV commercials are about coming together with family or helping someone who needs it. Christmas commercials are always about the heart, and I love it.

Is there that memorable commercial that makes you tear up? Every time it comes on the TV you know you're going to cry, it happens all the time to me. While watching the Hallmark Channel, the commercials get me all the time.

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