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Old 03-08-2002, 03:25 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Sorry I haven't dug up my magazines yet! I know the non pvc plastics for toys are better, if you can find them.

Dd and I have been passing our sickness back and forth for over a month and I barely have the motivation to get our regular stuff done, but soon we will feel good again and I will dig up that magazine!
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I'd like to hear more about this. We've been discussing in my mom's group and are unclear. Phthalite or something like that?
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Try this article on the Mothering articles database:
http://www.mothering.com/10-0-0/html...xictoy90.shtml

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Wow! Great article! Addie has a few plastic toys but I try to get her mostly wood and cloth. www.magiccabin.com has some great toys, books and crafts.

Shelley, mom to dd 5/19/01, ds 9/06/02, and ds 4/01/07.  Lost babe 4/09

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