Congratulations on your new baby? They have lots of stuff, don't they? Baby room organizing is very important. From storing diapers to "hand me down" extra clothes, there are several items that need temporary homes in the room. Organizing the baby room will help you find things that will help you get them ready in the morning and to bed at night easier. To make this room more user-friendly, here are items that you will need in your baby's room.
Shelving for books and toys - strap the shelving to the wall to protect your child from the shelf collapsing.
Easy to open toy storage - bins that are colorful and are low to the ground work great for helping you and your little one put stuff away.
Portable drawers - add shelving to the walls for items that you need but you don't want your child to touch.
Changing station and dresser - use bins or drawers in the changing station for extra diapers and change of clothes. Place next to the closet or dresser to access the clothes easily.
Only have clothing that fits your child near your changing table. To save you time, get your child's clothes out and place on the changing table before picking up your child.
Tip: Have lots of hand-me-down clothes that you can't use yet? Sort the clothes in bins sorted by sizes. Label each bin the size of the stored clothing.
Making your baby's room well-organized will help you stay relaxed in the midst of those crazy long sleepless nights and allow you to have some order in your busy life.
Hope these items work for you and congratulations on your new baby! What are your favorite baby room organizing tips? I would love to hear from you.
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