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Old 12-07-2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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How do you help kids purge without the meltdown tears?

I've tried to involve the kids and it always seems to end in tears. There are things that they are ok with getting rid of , but there always seems to be the meltdown.

The thing is about a month ago, I pulled 2 rubbermaids of toys out of rotation and they haven't asked for any of them. In fact they haven't even been playing with what I left on the shelf. They are in a lego phase (which is good since that's what they're getting for christmas).

So how do I convince them it's time to let these things go. I know that they'd love and appreciate what they have a lot more if we let go of more.
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