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Sure, you can rent jewelry and accessories and college texts, borrow tools, and neighborrow whatever else you might need, but what about the kids? The young ones in your lives can get started on learning to own less stuff at an early age with an ingenious new service that allows you to rent toys for them like you would borrow books at a library.

BabyPlays, "Netflix for the toddler set," according to Forbes, gives parents the option to rent four to six ready-for-playtime toys each month; they arrive in the mail assembled (with just a few exceptions, when the toys are too big to be shipped fully assembled) and ready for fun. After three months of playing, back they go, where they're cleaned and sent out for other tots to enjoy. ::BabyPlays

[Via: ::Forbes]

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