How do you get your children to rid themselves of toys they really don’t play with or need? My son is a packrat, and I can’t get him to rid himself of the clutter in his room. He is nine, and I try to go in there when he is at school and do a little at a time, but then three days later, he says, “Did you see my truck?” The one I just gave to Goodwill. Any suggestions?
The best way to get your children to let go of their things is to get them involved with the process.
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