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Toys coming out of your kids ears after the holidays? What to do?
10% No toy problems here!
13% Rotate the toys.
53% Donate as many as possible.
23% Every new toy means getting rid of an old toy.
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I try to do are toys before the holidays but then end up donating more after. The kids don't seem to mind too much.
I try to go through their toys before birthdays and christmas so that it's not as overwhelming when they get a bunch of toys.
Mu daughter wants to donate her toys that she is too old for.