Re: Collectibles - what should parents do?
"bizby40" <bizby40@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
So, I'm of the opinion that if something of value is given to a small
child, the parents should store it away until the child is old enough to
appreciate it. On the other hand, I'm weary of storing this growing
collection of boxes, and think, "Wouldn't it be nice if Grandpa just
stored all these at his house instead?"
Yes, that is why I would never give such things to a young child. It
becomes a burden for the parent. Only if I were near death.
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