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    Default Show me your kids toy room!

    I never knew one child could have soooooooooooooo many toys!!

    I try so hard to keep dds play room neat and tidy but it never last long. Show your play room and give me some inspiration for storage.

    Also what do you do with stuffed toys... I want to keep them because she loves them and sleeps cuddling a different one every night but man they are hard to store neatly.

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    This is what I have to work with. A cull is definitely in order!

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    This is our play/ sitting room. All toys are stored in the woven boxes (bulkier toys in the big ones and trains, soft toys, small baby toys in the small ones). Drawing, colouring stuff and puzzles are in office storage in the bookcase.
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    This is there toy/lounge room just missing their couches meant to be here this weekend

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    Edit lego and monster high/ Barbie's are in there room to keep dd3 out of them
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    Try a big cane type washing basket with a lid for the stuffed toys and just place one or two at a time in an easy to reach place for her to play with.

    I wish I had a play room for DD. Currently all her toys are in our lounge room. Most are in a wooden blanket box and the rest are in the TV stand which is a set of cane drawers. She can open them up and I don't have to worry about her jamming her fingers.

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    Our stuffed toys are stored in a blanket box but I do a cull regularly even though I've told family not to buy them

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    I need to sort through my daughters toys too, it's getting out of hand eeekk. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1401337040.558597.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1401337051.453129.jpg

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    I'm in the process of converting our downstairs living area into a play room. This is my progress:

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    I really need to raid Etsy for some nicer baskets though.

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    Ikea really has the market cornered dont they!

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    We have too many stuffed toys but the kids won't let them go so I put them in this indoor pot plant stand lol.
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