Toy Audit

One of the opportunities that moving affords is the ability to start anew. I won’t have a pile of crap on my kitchen counter here. Oh, no, it will be an “everything has its place” kind of house. And what a good time to take stock of our bins of toys, right? While I’m at it, I think I will involve my five-year-old in the process. Yes, I’m a flipping genius.

7 thoughts on “Toy Audit

  1. An online auction? Why that sounds great. I’ll bid on the baby signs book (heck, maybe I’ll use it on my newborn this time around). What else you got in that there box?

    I’ve recently given up on getting rid of toys (never been that good at it anyway) because the kids genuinely seem attached to them. I figure it won’t be long until they’re grown and out of the house, and then I’ll do the great purge. I rotate them too, another reason to keep some of the more questionable toys around.

  2. Jessica, quite right. I just gave the book to the library. I was big on the signing with VIv and she did pick up some that helped me communicate with her.

    I know I’m biased, but I think Viv is so beautiful, thanks

  3. our family room (in the basement) has been the dumping ground for all my older daughter’s (11 yrs old) outgrown toys for years… and now that we have another one (almost 2yrs old), some of them are finally coming back into rotation, but there’s lots that should be dumped. if only “more shelves” solved the problem, but we’re beyond that. 🙂

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