I've been meaning to go through my daughter's toys and weed out the ones she doesn't play with much anymore. Now I have a reason to do it because a local curch is starting up a nursery. So I was wondering, do you all collaborate with your kids and let them help choose what goes, and teach them to be charitable? Or do you just whisk the stuff away when they're out of the house because they probably won't miss it anyway? The first approach might be a learning experience, but I have a feeling my daughter would protest and insist that she wants to keep everything. The second approach would definitely make my life easier. The last time I did this, which was a little over a year ago, my girl was too young to care. She asked about a few things she noticed were missing, but that was it.
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