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    We do have an activity toy room already and have culled toys into tubs under our bed. We have a spare room with study stuff and spare queen-sized bed and under that is space bags of outgrown clothes. Just feeling in limbo of what to keep/chuck as undecided on #4

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    Our games room is currently being used as a Chinese laundry

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    One of friends had this same issue. Their kids where never putting their toys away. So sad drove the trailer up to bedroom window. What ever was on the floor and as thrown out the window into the trailer and taken to another home. Needless to say the girls picked up their mess from that day forward

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    Default Overwhelmed by kids stuff!

    We have this problem too. I feel like I am constantly picking up toys. My 3 yr old is the worst offender. She will pull out everything. Play with one thing for 5 minutes then move on the the next . I can clean and clean and she just destroys it in 5 minutes. They do have a decent amount of toys. I just wish they would keep them in their rooms! I was thinking of closing her door and only allowing a toy out at a time. She can have another when she puts the that one away.

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