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7 Ways to Survive Nuclear War With Your Toddler

Just because an attack of flesh-destroying radiation would almost certainly be a devastating catastrophe doesn't mean that you can't enjoy it a little with your toddler. Make the most out of an icky situation by planning activities that your toddler, and whatever remains of your family, will thank you for. Be sure to print these out and hang them on the door to your basement, since the likelihood of having electricity and the internet is probably slim.
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