We’ve all been there…You know your kids have way too much stuff. Their toys are oozing from every closet, shelf and toy bin and they can wreck a room in seconds flat. But as soon as you start trying to declutter the toys, you also wind up feeling little pangs of guilt. Or worse, everything you try to get rid of is suddenly a beloved favorite.
What’s a so-over-the-mess mama to do?
When it comes to decluttering toys, there seem to be two schools of thought. The first is the ninja style sneak-it-out-and-hope-they-don’t-notice approach. The second is the try-to-get-your-kids-to-help-make-choices-and-hope-they-don’t-want-to-keep-all-the-stuff camp. Both can work, but both, if not executed properly, can lead to guilt or less than stellar results.
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