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#1 of 3 Old 08-23-2008, 03:51 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I have a 3 y/o and a 3 mo old and a small house. I'm thinking I should save some of DS1's toys, like big chunky trucks and cars and more "babyish" toys for ds2. But then I wonder, will DS2 only want to play w/ older bro's toys, meaning I saved a bunch of clutter for absolutely nothing? I don't want to crwod my toyroom if I don't have to, y/k?
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I would save some of the 'babyish' toys. I've tucked away new toys that we've gotten for our little one and bring a new one out once and a while, and tuck the other ones away and switch them. I've also heard of families trading off toys that their little ones have outgrown or gotten tired of, so you don't have as much clutter.

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I have saved the nicer baby toys. Stuff that still looks good, etc. Things that are half shot I get rid of, or things that I have a lot of I keep the best and get rid of the rest.

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