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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 girls 1 boy View Post
    Could you make a box each for them with their names on it? So they can only go into their own box?
    Sharing a room is hard with these issues as well. Could the bedroom be a shared toy area and special toys go somewhere else for her so when she wants gem she has to go and go and get them.

    My daughters share a room - it doesn't really have toys in it but they have a toy area. They can take toys into their room to play but all has to come out at end of day. That way you are kind of supervising them
    I was going to suggest this too - not store toys in the bedroom but they can still have a play area. And I would keep the toys in separate containers/drawers/baskets or whatever storage system you have.

    How old is your DD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    I was going to suggest this too - not store toys in the bedroom but they can still have a play area. And I would keep the toys in separate containers/drawers/baskets or whatever storage system you have.

    How old is your DD?
    Thanks, DD is 3 in a fortnight.


 

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