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    Savingfishfromdrowning is offline If you can't change your fate, change your attitude
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    Default Where do you keep your kid's toys?

    Yesterday there was a thread about kids getting up ti mischief at night and lots of people were responding that their kids don't have toys in their rooms.

    I was a bit

    Where are they then??

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    In their room in their toy boxes. Trust me, when my pair get up they are more concerned with wanting to get into bed with me or get food from the fridge or cupboard than toys!

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    we have a toy room, i love it
    they also have their special toys in their rooms, as the toy room is for sharing.

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    Everywhere

    I have a toy box in the lounge room, it is hidden behind a big chair. I also have big draws in my tv cabinet, in the lounge room, where i put a few kids books and toys.
    I have a box of toys in my room (these are like 'emergency toys' that i pull out when needed - because they aren't used often they remain exciting so perfect for those moments you need to keep the kids amused, like when you're not feeling well etc).
    They have a dolls house in their room (shared room) and a blanket box (which is full of stuffed toys) and a small toy box which is almost empty.

    It sounds like they have heaps of toys but the toy boxes are quite small.

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    She has a big wooden toybox, also some on shelves and clip up boxes under the bed.

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    My lounge room is weird and is kind of devided into two rooms... Almost impossible to watch TV from one half so I turned it into a toy room. It's awesome, but the mess gets dragged all over the house, but I guess that happens with most kids anyway. She has very minimal toys in her room.

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    Usually in their rooms but the lounge can attract them, don't mind as long as they get packed up at night.

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    I have baskets dotted around the house and toys get scooped into them. They all rotate fairly regularly depending on where DD is playing each day.

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    Half of our loungeroom is a play area with table and chairs, toybox, book shelf and activity tables. There are also toys in DD1s room.

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    Only decorative toys in bedrooms here, kids have a rumpus room where all toys are stored


 

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