I've written about my tendency to clutter and my husband's tendency to go on cleaning tantrums, so it should come as no surprise when I tell you that, once again, we've reached a clutter crisis at home. This time, my stuff isn't causing (as much of) the problem; this time, we're full up on kids' toys.
Tiny plastic cars and farm animals that my youngest kids still play with nearly daily are competing for space with my big kids' (and husband's) XBox paraphernalia -- not to mention all of the books and puzzles and ride-ons that seem to multiply with each passing birthday.
Over at The 36-Hour Day, I'm asking readers for advice, and I'd love to hear yours, too. How do you keep the kids' toys under control?