Are you willing to tell me (us) how many toys your kids have?? I'm talking ALL the toys. Piece by piece. I don't think I realized just how many toys K had, until I did an inventory...down to the last block. As surprising as it was to me, I will share my results. Let me know what you think.
Minus the books, here is what I found...
Everyday -in her room- toys:
Kitchen (2 plates/2 cups/2 sets of flatware, salt/pepper, pot, pan)
Big shape puzzle
Singing/Talking Mailbox (with 3 letters and 1 package)
Piggy Bank (10 coins )
Mrs Potato Head (with eyes, hands, nose, mouth and hat)
Wooden Blocks (10)
Shape Sorting Ball
2 Cell phones
2 finger puppets
Winne the Pooh
pushing/ride on lion
pink rubber ducky
letters that stick to tub
yellow duck that swims
frog that tells temp
Rotating toys (stay in closet/only played with with adults:
little ABC puzzle
Magic colors drawing pad
Box of dress-up clothes
Mrs Potato Head (the rest of the parts)
The other half of the wooden block set
The toys highlited in blue, will be going to the basement this month because she is no longer interested in them. I find it very easy to get rid of stuffed animals (because they are hard to clean) and unused toys. I find it almost impossible to get rid of learning toys and books.
What toys do you have, really?? What toys are easy for you to get rid of and what toys are hard to get rid of??