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I once heard of a bunch of mothers making a little "lending library"
of toys for the neighborhood. When ever we finally move into our own place
I would love to set up one for a Momsclub or local neighbors families.
As babe is approaching being a toddler perhaps this toy library would avoid
the "house overfilled with toys" and be economical as well.
I realize that children can learn much from open ended play with
every day objects and this is very important, but I don't have time to
make my own puzzles, etc.

What do you think? Any experienced moms willing to share
tips and procedures for your toy co-op?
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