Baby clothes can be tough to organize. They’re tiny, sometimes oddly shaped and are used constantly. We have a solution for staying organized, so you can quickly and easily see what’s in baby’s dresser drawers. Marie Kondo would be so proud!
Tips for Organizing Baby Clothes
Use drawer dividers Since baby clothing is so small, you can fit a lot into each drawer, but not if you aren’t efficient! Divide drawers up with dividers or small organizational boxes to help separate different types of items.
Separate clothes and PJs If your child attends daycare, separate daycare clothes into their own drawer since these items tend to get really dirty from day-to-day use.
Use closet tags to hang clothes by size This will help you know right away which size you’re grabbing!
Keep a bin in baby’s closet for clothes they’ve outgrown This way you can easily toss in clothes they outgrow when you're ready to part with them. Little ones grow so fast!
How to Fold SleepSack Wearable Blankets Like a Pro Zip up the wearable blanket and lay it front down on a flat surface. Fold in each side about 2 inches, toward the zipper.
Fold the bottom of the wearable blanket up to just below the arm openings.
Fold the bottom up again, about ⅓ of the length of the wearable blanket.
Fold it forward one more time, or fold the top of the wearable blanket back into a small rectangle that's easy for storing upright in dresser drawers.
That’s it! Congrats, mama. Now you can fit a whole lot more into those drawers.