The first days of Pesach have come and gone. The four cups of wine were poured and consumed, the mah nishtana asked, the front door opened to greet Elihayu haNavi. Our new home was filled with the sounds and smells of family and holiday togetherness. It was wonderful.
So even though we moved from an apartment to a house, we don’t have a designated play area. This means that our living room is also our play room, which means it’s normal for it to look like this: That’s actually the manageable version. Having toys on every conceivable surface (the couch was unusually accessible… Continue reading Six tips on how to keep your toys organized when you don’t have a playroom