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How To Declutter Toys in Your Home

The collection of your child's toys starts innocently enough—usually a stuffed animal received as a gift at a baby shower—but then the collection grows over the years into a mountain range of buzzing, beeping, twirling gizmos taking up residence in multiple rooms of your home. Each parent has different limits as to how much stuff is too much, and often that limit is identified right after stepping on an errant Lego brick or Hot Wheels' car or dollhouse chair in the middle of the night in bare feet. Something has to go. Order must be re-established. Your sanity should stay intact. Here's how to de-clutter the toys.