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  • Stephanie Parker

    chore basket for kid's stuff left around house

  • Malisha Siders

    Chore bucket- maybe not so "fun" for kids but may encourage clean up!

  • Chelsea Bishop

    Good idea, locked toy box

  • Mary Sergeant Phrachak

    Great for kids chores!

  • Sarah Brewer

    The "Uh oh" bucket - great idea to enforce cleaning up toys, etc

  • Kristen Young

    Good idea! LOOOOOVE LOOOVE LOVE THIS! I have 3 sons and a husband...they ALL leave their shit around the house for the magic 'cleaning fairy' to take care of once they're all in bed. They can wake up to this in the a.m.!! :)

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