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. . .Daughter’s Bedroom
Magdalena first had to part with playthings she had outgrown. “I was surprised to see how much she was content to let go,” says Mary. A roomy desk replaced a too-small table. High shelves now store infrequently used objects, while Magdalena’s favorite books and toys sit on easy-to-reach lower shelves. Pull-out bins neatly hide assorted belongings, and labeled see-through tubs of toys tuck behind cute curtains.
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