Whats in the Bin?

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Dear visitors,

Yes, of course you can always take advantage of those great fancy toys from the office, but inevitably that perfect toy for that perfect activity is stuffed away in your co-worker’s car. Never fear your toy bin is here. Your car toy-box will come in handy for those last minute visits, or times when your co-worker has that perfect toy (but really we both know you just forgot to grab it while rushing out of the office for a visit you should have left to 10 minutes ago).

Despite the myths size does matter, too big and your car will begin looking like a Toys R US clearance bin. Too small, the essentials won’t fit. There are tons of great trunk organizers that work perfectly for storing toys.

Here are some toys that I keep on hand:

  • Markers
  • Construction paper
  • Collection of 7 blocks, because it’s the lucky number.
  • Mr. Potato Head
  • A classic children’s books…. Some good old Dr. Suess or Harold and The Purple Crayon should do the trick.
  • Educational Magazines
  • Glue and glue stick
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Coloring books one for the children and another for the parents
  • Scissors
  • Food coloring
  • Sidewalk chalk
  • Small collection of play food.

I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your list of must-haves for your toy bin.

Thanks for visiting!

-L

 

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