I have a three year old and sometimes watch my 3 yr old nephew and they have to share a room when they do. Its impossible to get my nephew to sleep because he parents don't have any structure with his bedtime but I can pretty much count on the kids being up at 2am playing with toys if there are any in the room. Was wondering how common it is to leave the toys in the kids room also if it creates any problems in your house? My husband cannot stand having kids toys littered through the house and I'm tired of the arguing with children to leave the barbies alone so they can have a good nights sleep!Answer Question
Answer by mompam at 2:26 PM on Feb. 23, 2011
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Answer by iluvmm09 at 2:36 PM on Feb. 23, 2011
My twins share a bedroom, and they currently have all toys in a separate play room. We have an extra room, and I figured it would be easier that way when they were transitioning out of their cribs. It turns out it's also handy for discipline to be able to lock them out of the play room, or give them a toy-free room for for time-outs. If we didn't have the extra bedroom to use as a play room their toys would be in their room or closet.
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