Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Toy Storage System For My Kids

Guest post written by James Dwyer

I figured out that I really needed to come up with a way to teach my kids how to store all of their toys in our house besides leaving them on the floor when I tripped over some toys and fell down. Luckily, I wasn't hurt. But I knew that I could have just as easily hurt myself by doing that just the same.
So I went online to try and get some toy ideas. When I was online looking for that stuff I came across some information about clearwire prices and thought that it sounded really great, so I decided to sign up for the new internet service. Our old internet service hadn't been cutting it for a while anyway.
I came up with a system out of a couple of small toy boxes that I let the kids paint themselves so they can tell what kind of toys they're going to put in each of the boxes. They share a lot of their toys, so having a box for each one really wouldn't work out well.

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