Mather's AvenueContemporary Kids, Vancouver
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Pack away all toys, clothes and gear that baby is not ready for yet. Babies grow so fast that it’s natural to accumulate clothes and gear your little one is not quite big enough for yet — but that doesn’t mean those items need to be accessible right now. Keep only what you are using daily right now on the easiest-to-reach shelves, and stow the rest out of the way. Underbed boxes and high shelves over doorways or in closets are great places for this. Clearly label the stowed stuff (and sort it by age if possible) to make it easy to find the next size up when you need it.