This was one of my first posts back when my little blog was born. I decided to republish it today because it has some good info, and because spring time has me in the mood to reorganize our toys around here!
As Christmas is approaching I’ve been thinking about what we should get Little One. This will be her 2nd Christmas but her first one that she’s old enough to get excited about toys. I want to get her fun things that she will really enjoy, but also be frugal. I’ve actually been thinking a lot about how I want to do toys for the rest of our children because not only do I want to get toys that they will actually play with, I want to have a good toy rotation system in place before we add more children to the picture. I’ve seen way too many toy rooms completely full of toys and children that get bored too fast with them. I decided that I want to set up a toy rotation system so that new (or forgotten) toys are always being introduced. Toy rotation will help your children appreciate and take better care of their toys, it will help them learn and focus more efficiently, it will save your family money, and it will help you as a parent when you need a little time to get something done. Once I decided what I wanted to do, I got online and was surprised to find many people already do this.
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