I recently found my stash of old Star Wars action figures from my childhood. Knowing that my childhood was a long time ago, I figured that these ancient relics might be worth something. They are worth something, but not nearly enough to make me quit my day job. So, I think I will keep them in the family and pass them on to my kids, which I have a lot of.
Here comes the dilemma. I want to pass these toys on to my kids. They love action figures. They love to play. They have seen most of one of the Star Wars movies and seemed to enjoy it. The Boy even got some Star Wars jammies recently.
But...they never put their toys away. They lose everything. At one point in their lives, every single one of their toys has been lost for at least 15 minutes. So, should I trust these kids to keep my beloved old toys in as good condition as I did all those years ago? And what about all of the tiny implements of destruction that all of these action figures came with? Those will definitely get lost and/or broken within the first few minutes.
So, what should I do? If I keep the toys boxed up under the stairs I probably won't find them again until my grandkids are old enough to play with them. If I give them to my kids now they will almost definitely get lost. If I give them the guns/light sabers/bows and arrows they will for sure get lost.
Let me know what you think I should do. I will intently listen to all of your feedback and then do whatever I feel like doing, because I am stubborn like that. Here are the options:
A. Keep them boxed up, possibly forever.
B. Give everything to the kids now.
3. Just give them the action figures and save all the implements for their college graduation presents.
D. Keep them for myself and play with them after the Wife and all the kids go to bed.
Thank you for your help!
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