Kids toys

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KatyM
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Kids toys

Post by KatyM » 14 Oct 2016, 09:48

How can I train Winnie to leave the kids toys alone?
She has lots of her own toys and she plays with them a lot. If she finds one of the kids toys she slinks off under the table and chews! We have had tears over missing limbs on dolls etc. I am, and always have been, very consistent at not letting her have the kids toys and replacing it with her own the message is not getting through!! :roll:

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Re: Kids toys

Post by Pollydoodle » 15 Oct 2016, 00:53

Ah well the kids will eventually learn to put their toys away. :lol:
No use blaming poor little Winnie...

KatyM
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Re: Kids toys

Post by KatyM » 15 Oct 2016, 08:58

:lol:
If only it were that simple!! :roll:
My oldest two (10 & 7) are pretty good but my 2 year old isn't so good. If I am in the room I can just say 'leave it' and she will but my problem is when I am out of the room.

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Re: Kids toys

Post by Bid » 16 Oct 2016, 23:24

She has no way of knowing which are her toys and which are not. Really the only way to stop it is to put them away. Telling her to leave some toys and not others will only be confusing her :-(
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