Daily Dish - Take a picture, it lasts longer

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Are you raising a creative genius whose creations are taking over your home? Quick! Grab your camera.art projectBuilding, creating, imagining, these are all important parts of childhood. But when your square footage is limited, it can be hard to support Lego creations, massive art projects, or refrigerator box rocket ships for long. If your child has created something that's impossible to save or just takes up too much space, try taking a picture of it when it's time to take it down. Kids can save pictures of their projects in a photo album (or the more professional sounding "portfolio"), and they may just end up returning to their book of ideas again and again for inspiration.

The best part? You get to reclaim your living room!
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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