Stay on top of baby’s wardrobe with these 5 tips:
1.Get wardrobe dividers.Hook these dividers right onto the clothes rail before hanging baby’s clothes. They usually start at newborn and go up to 18-24 months.They are simple and stylish ways to arrange baby’s clothes. These are especially useful with a newborn, most moms get tons of different sizes at the baby shower. Knowing you have the clothes divided by size saves new mom from guessing what to put on baby next.
2.Use the door.You have a surplus of over the door organizers to choose from shoe racks to pocket organizers for the door and metal baskets.Choose which one fits the door best and organize away. Endless possibilities for organization with these from tiny baby shoe slots to bib storage, towel storage, the list is endless. When you have a little one using every inch of space counts, especially when you have plenty of cute outfits to put them in.
3.Take advantage of drawer dividers. I will admit at first I didn’t think these were a necessity, but after attempting to use the drawers without them I can see why most moms recommend them. Without them clothes can easily get unfolded, fall into each other, fall under each other; especially when you are trying to grab a pajama for a fast change with a baby in your hand. The possibilities with these dividers are endless, you can organize by item, color, size etc.
4.Space Bags.Triple storage space with space bags. Have an abundance of blankets or coats? These can be super bulky in a closet or drawers. The best way to store them especially during off seasons is with space bags. Simply fill them up, and i mean stack those coats grab your vacuum and suck all the air out. Your once bulky stack now becomes flat and easy to store away.
5.Throw out clothes that are ripped or stained beyond help or repair. I’m sure you won’t send baby out with a hole or rip in their outfit would you? So why take up space? Are you hoping for the stain to magically disappear? If you put off attempting to repair something, had it sitting there for weeks, more than likely you won’t get to it. The best part about getting rid of these unusable items is that you can always get more. Especially when you have an affordable boutique you shop from ;)