Here's a look at her closet.
Babies R Us ) to separate clothes by size: newborn, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, etc. The dividers came with stickers with the sizes but also with other categories, such as jackets, blouses, dresses, pants, etc. Personally, I like dividing them by size. Within each size, I naturally separated them by short sleeved onesies, long sleeve onesies, jackets, pants, etc.
|Nursing essentials basket.|
|"Too small" basket to easily clean out clothes throughout the year.|
|Diaper storage on the top shelf.|
|Diaper storage with additional baskets for extra storage.|
Next up, dresser organization! This dresser is from Ikea and has more than enough space for the essentials! To organize each drawer, I used these handy dandy boxes from Ikea.
Drawer 1 (from left to right):
-Button up PJ's
-Zip up PJ's
- Colored coordinated pants/bottoms/jeans
-Socks, tights, leggings
|SO many socks! This winter baby is ready to go!|
|Colored coordinated pants, leggings, and jeans.|
Drawer 2 (from left to right):
-plain white onesies
|Bows! Bows! Bows!|
Drawer 3 (from left to right):
-6 month PJ's
-6 month bathing suits
-Diaper pail refills
Hopefully this will all work out and stay nice and organized! Again, I tried to make things as accessible as possible and organize them in a sensible manner. Let's see how well my husband can navigate around the dresser and keep things nice and neat ;)