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Dressing. Bulging closets are common. The most important step you can take is to go through everyone’s wardrobe and sell or donate whatever no longer fits or is never worn. Keep it simple. You can still be creative and enjoy your clothes, but take care you aren’t burdening your children with too many choices. Tip: Make sure every family member has a good two weeks of underwear and socks.7 Habits to Help a Tidy Closet Stay That Way
Clean out the kids' closets. This is a great time to get your kid's closets organized — that is, while they are gone! You can weed out all the worn-out and outgrown items without your child arguing that they can still wear it. Or am I the only one who has those kind of arguments, I mean discussions, with her children?
Closet. If your child has a standard-sized closet, you'll notice pint-sized clothing do not require much space. Slide clothing to one side of the closet; on the other side add shelving and baskets to corral wayward toys.
Most kids have closets that can store more than their pint-sized clothing. Install a couple of shelves and cubbies that can hold small toys and books. This helps to make the best use of closet space and frees up precious playspace.