A Guest Post For Every Parent’s Need

Okay maybe not EVERY parent, but parent’s with young kids.  One of the most common questions I’m asked is, “How do I keep my kid’s “too small and too big” clothes organized?!”  I’m sure some of you out there are saying, “YES!”, but even if you’re not just keep reading.  You never know when you may be able to pass this info along.

Kristin at Everyday Organizing has personal experience with this (unlike my single, childless self).  She has twins, a boy and a girl, and at the time she wrote this post they were toddlers – yikes for clothes organization!!! She addressed this issue in her post Too Small/Too Big Baskets. She writes:

“…the areas of my house that require the most constant purging are my kids’ closets.  As all parents know, toddlers grow out of clothes in the blink of an eye.  I swear, pants that fit perfectly last week are suddenly two inches too short.  At least once a week, I put an item of clothing on one of my children only to find that it no longer fits.”

If you can relate then click the post title and see how she combated this problem!

Do you like this post?  Have you been trying to figure out a way to tackle this in your own life?  Or do you have a better way to keep track of the random clothes in your kids’ closets?  Let me know in the comments below!

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  • Erika M VanHaitsma says:

    That’s a great idea unless you want to keep the clothes… Then I suppose you keep them in the bin until the child is completely out of that size????

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