"I got rid of the toys because because I feared a future of Legos jammed into my feet. I feared myself turning into that mom who screams at her kids everyday to clean up their toys.
I feared that I was going to have kids begging to buy every toy in sight when they went to Barnes & Noble.
But most of all, I got rid of the toys because I knew how much my children would gain in the process–I wasn’t the least bit concerned they would be 'missing out' without heaps of toys." ... See MoreSee Less