by on August 4, 2022  in Family & Home / Baby Products /
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Babies need a lot of stuff! And a lot of that stuff can't be hung on a hangerblankets, bibs, burp cloths, socks, baby gear, hats, just to name a few! Add shelves to provide additional vertical storage. First things first, separate your baby's clothes by size and put them into piles to help make the process a little bit smoother. Once you have all of your baby's clothes sorted by size, hang them up or fold them. Keep reading to find out just exactly how to do this!

Buy only a few 0-3 month size baby clothes: Your baby will grow so fast in those first few weeks that he'll probably bump up to size 3-6 month before you know it. So have plenty of 3-6 month size clothes ready for your newborn before he arrives.

 

How to Organize Baby Clothes

  1. Keep daily used items close to the changing table. In the first few weeks, your baby grows so much. 
  2. Use size organizers in the closet. 
  3. Drawer dividers can have multiple purposes. 
  4. Organize by item type.
  5. Keep a hamper close by your changing table.

 

What to put in baby drawer; Because baby things are so small (and there's so much stuff!), it would be easy for items to get lost in the big dresser drawers.

 

Considering babies go through 1-2 outfit changes a day, it is a good idea to have 4-6 zip front onesies and bodysuits on hand. It is a good idea to have a mix of merino and organic cotton bodysuits, as well as short-sleeved and long-sleeved.

 

How to Organize Your Nursery Dresser

  1. Label each drawer row in your baby's dresser so you can grab outfits in a breeze. 
  2. Put your larger items such as swaddles, blankets, towels and more in one of the bottom drawers of your nursery dresser. 
  3. Keep baby shoes upright and in place with a separate storage box.

 

Baby Organization and Nursery Organization Tips

  1. Utilize the Space Under the Crib. 
  2. Drawer Organizers are a Must.
  3. Add a Shelving Unit to the Closet.
  4. Removable Storage Bins are Your Friend. 
  5. Grab Some Clothespins. 
  6. Stay Organized with Clothes Dividers.

 

Organizing your closet by color not only creates a look of organization in your closet but it can also help you to identify where you have items in the most color, the least color, and too much duplication. You'll need to have a plan before you start putting items into piles and corners, you'll need closet dividers so you know where each month's clothes belong. Newborns don't require an extensive wardrobe. Buy a couple of side-tie or side-snap T-shirts to put on your baby until their umbilical cord separates. After that, dress your little one in their "working" outfit.

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its really important to keep them organized
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