Yes, all the toys are in the living room. No where else for them.
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15-01-2015 21:39 #11
15-01-2015 21:51 #12
Most of DD's toys are in the bedroom. But given we have 20 stairs to take to get to the bedrooms, I have a small collection of toys in the lounge room that I rotate for her. She also has a barbie house and a tonne of barbies in my office.
15-01-2015 21:52 #13Senior Member
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Eh... yes and I don't like it. We tidy up before bed every night, well most nights. But we're in a teeny tiny apartment and our 2 bubs don't have their own rooms. One day.... one day... I have a dream.... that one day they'll have their own play/rumpus room and never again will I have to trip on a duplo block and land on... another duplo block.
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15-01-2015 21:56 #14
In their rooms only. No toys whatsoever in either living areas.
15-01-2015 21:59 #15
We did have no toys policy as they have there own rooms and a toy room but I have allowed dd3 bench chair and a box of books.
15-01-2015 22:04 #16
Yup, before DS3 was born we didn't, but its just easier with him. DS1 and DS2's toys are in their rooms though.
15-01-2015 22:05 #17
Yes we do. We have a huuuuge living room with 4 lounges in it. We have toys on one of the lounges.
15-01-2015 22:07 #18
1 toy box in living room but it matches our art and cushions
We have toys in the back yard and toys in toy boxes on the covered back verandah but most of the toys are in their rooms.
15-01-2015 22:12 #19Senior Member
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15-01-2015 22:15 #20
They're in the loungeroom - mainly so we can play with them! DS is only 4 months!
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