Kids grow so fast! All that growing means lots and lots and lots of clothes. I have bins and bins of baby clothes waiting for Baby #2, and it’s honestly a bit overwhelming. So, I’ve done some research and have found some great posts about not only storing clothes, but organizing clothes still in use. I thought it would be nice to share all these great posts with you too!
Organizing Clothes to Promote Independence
These posts show how to make a system so that kids can pick out their own clothes and get dressed themselves. Genius I tell ya!
I Got Dressed All By Myself: Organizing Your Child’s Closet to Promote Independence –
In Lieu of Preschool – This post shows how she helped her 3 year old independantly pick out her clothes and dress herself every day in clothes that match and non of them being pj’s. Don’t all 3 year olds want to wear pj’s on a daily basis?
Organizing Clothes and Encouraging Independence – Busy Kids = Happy Mom – How one busy mom is able to send her sons upstairs to get dressed without having to worry what mix matched outfit they will come down in.
Get Dressed Boxes – Organizing Made Fun – A Mom of 9 has a great system for her two young sons to pick out their own clothing and keep them pretty and organized throughout the week. She makes it so easy!
Organizing The Clothes in Use
Here are a few posts to help you organize all those clothes that the kids are wearing these days!
Organize a Kid’s Closet: Team Whitaker – The before and after pictures of this closet redo are amazing! See how the Mom purged, planned, and reorganized her kid’s closets. Pretty amazing with lots of tips!
“S” is for Storage: That’s My Letter – See how this Mom built boxes that fit in that unused space under the bed, just for her kid’s clothes.
Baby Closet Dividers: Blissfully Domestic – It seems like you need to have all different sizes of baby clothes ready due to how fast those little guys grow. Have you also noticed how baby clothes sizing is not standardized, so the same baby wearing a 6-9 month onsie can also fit into another brand’s 0-3 month size? I found that organizing the onsies are essential! I love these super cute closet dividers just for baby clothes! Go see how she made them!
Storing Children’s Clothes
I know I can’t be the only one with bins and bins of infant and children’s clothing. They are either waiting for a younger sibling to grow into them, waiting to sell/give away to another child, or just kept for sentimental reasons. Here are a few great posts on how to store clothing so that it’s easy to get to and stay organized.
Organizing Kids’ Clothes: Erin’s 2 Cents – See how this Mom stores all her son’s clothes. The best part are the labels!
You Asked: Storing Kids Clothes? I Heart Organizing - This is such a useful post that gives a great tutorial on purging and storing only the kids clothes that you need to keep. Truly brilliant!
I hope this helps you get your kids clothing under control!
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