2. Get rid or store toys that are not played with. I have packed up all baby toys for the next one that I loved and last month, I did a major purge of our entire house and got rid of any toy that my kids NEVER played with. Even if with another one on the way, we have PLENTY of toys!3. Restrain from BUYING! We rarely buy a new toy. Unless I find a major garage sale deal or if Grandma or Grandpa surprise them on their visits out, we don’t really shop the toy aisles. Andrew is at the age where he doesn’t ask for anything yet and Aiden will point out things he wants when we run errands, but know that they go on a “birthday” list. If he still wants it around birthday/Christmas time—then we always know what to get him or tell relatives what toys he may actually want. And I can tell you that as of now and his birthday is two months away, we only have two items that consistently stayed on the list over the past few months!