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why would his mom relate sharing quiet hours with sharing toys?
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The little boy's mother has explained that all sorts of people need quiet hours- get some sleep and rest. Sometimes people live too far away to go home so they have to visit other people's houses and share their quiet hours. "Like sharing your toys,"
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