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November 09, 2009


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My grandfather made me a doll bed when I was young and it was also banished to the attic for the day that I had children...however I have 4 boys. What to do with the beloved doll bed? We borrowed it to my nieces and they are loving it! With a little luck, it'll become a family heirloom that we all share and treasure. :)

krista colvin

I think your grandfather would love that your nieces are playing with the doll bed!

Payday Loans

An attic is just a delayed space before the dump. We all know it.


Boy this is such a tough decision. I've learned over the years to just let things go unless they have been handmade by a relative or handed down through the generations.

I've found that it's normally my attachment to the object, not my children's and I feel better blessing someone else with the toy rather than letting it collect dust.


Good stuff here! I like hearing your perspective on things.

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