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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Invest in "best of breed" stocks at an early age and your money will grow beyond your expectations, Jim Cramer told a live audience of his "Mad Money" TV show Thursday. Kicking off his annual "Family Affair" episode, Cramer revisited his kid-friendly portfolio of five stocks that parents should be buying for their kids. Cramer noted that while his kid-friendly stocks have handily outperformed the markets, rising 140% versus just 83% for the S&P 500, it's time to make a few changes to the household names that every kid would recognize. Cramer said he's still bullish on Walt Disney ( DIS) because that company continues to outperform in everything from movies to theme parks to its ESPN franchise. He said he's also sticking with McDonald's ( MCD) as that chain reinvents its menu to meet changing appetites around the globe. Toymaker Hasbro ( HAS) is not making the cut, however. Cramer said a stock like Whole Foods ( WFM) not only offers more growth, but also makes kids aware of healthy eating right from the start. Another stock not making the grade was Nike ( NKE), a company that Cramer said had too much China exposure. Instead, Cramer advised swapping into Gap Stores ( GPS), the retailer that has turned itself around to great results. Finally, there's Apple ( AAPL), a stock Cramer owns for his charitable trust,