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What do you do with soft toys.

(6 Posts)
fruitstick Fri 26-Nov-10 13:16:15

We have had a cull but there's still no many.

Are those net things any good?

BlackBag Fri 26-Nov-10 13:32:11

We find the nets cruel we prefer a swift dispatch by air pistol.

fruitstick Fri 26-Nov-10 13:41:15

You could be right. I have a feeling DS1 would keep sneaking them food. wink

LadyOfTheFlowers Fri 26-Nov-10 13:45:02

LOL

Bung 'em in a bin liner and if your attic hole is big enough, you can just chuck it straight up there without faffing with the ladder.

Sorted.

WowOoo Fri 26-Nov-10 14:07:53

Ours are in a big baskety thing.

Would like a cull but feel bad as many of ours were gifts.

Can you ask dc which ones they'd really like to keep. i.e One of these is going. This one or this one? (making sure you put a really minging one in each pair) It worked with trucks and cars.

Our recycling takes soft toys. Ds can't see into the bin, so ideal.

fruitstick Fri 26-Nov-10 14:15:20

Essentially, I have kept the ones that I like and that were gifts.

DSs are 4.5 and nearly 2 and aren't really bothered about any of them. Occasionally they will suddenly start playing with one in particular but they have never formed an attachment to any.

I'm always convinced they will suddenly demand a Teddy Bear's Picnic (not projecting at all grin)

FIL bought them both a Steiff bear when they were born so that fulfills the 'nice bear on shelf' gap and the rest .........

Attic is a good idea actually, and then if they ever do decide they need more fluff I can get them back out again.

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