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#1 spottydog

Posted 02 October 2012 - 04:08 PM

Ok this was easy with DD, all her dresses were hung up along with cardigans etc.

This time round boys things are pretty similar, AIOs and suits.

So how do you store bubs clothing.

I have drawers and hanging space, but i dont want to have them seperated as i dont want to forget what i have in each size.

What does everyone suggest for storage of baby clothing? I want to be able to organise things so i dont over buy items, i only have 4 small drawers in the new built in then hanging space.

Suggestions welcome original.gif Haha such a anal question isint it?

spotty.

#2 *corynbiancasmum*

Posted 02 October 2012 - 08:00 PM

Hehehe another anal eb'er yay!! I was just contemplating what I was planning on doing with bubs clothes. I mainly only have 0000/nb things at the moment and what was left on hangers from when i purchased them I have hung up and the rest is folded into one of those shelve things you strap over the wardrobe bar. I plan on hanging the outfits up and putting the suits and singlets etc in the massive change table set I have as well as all the blankets/sheets/wraps etc...

I'm very organised and plan on getting some 000 suits and singlets as well. I LOVE shopping teehee

#3 spitzmum

Posted 04 October 2012 - 08:00 AM

I've got 3 drawers and then lots of hanging space in the wardrobe - so using these from ikea for the hanging space



I've got 2, one is for cot sheet sets, wraps, spare mattress protector etc.  The second is for the shorts and t-shirts stuff.

In my drawers I have the wondersuits, singlet suits and short sleeved suits organised by size - 0000 on top, then 000, then 00.  I figure once bub grows out of the 0000 I will move everything up a drawer and put the stuff he's outgrown in a to sell/donations bag.

#4 ~buzz~

Posted 04 October 2012 - 08:13 AM

Im still waiting on DP to buy some draws so I can organize babies clothes they are currently in t he blanket box. I like the idea of just getting the shelves that hang in the wardrobe but the wardrobe in bubs room is funny and has a few small rails rather than one long one if that makes sense


#5 spottydog

Posted 04 October 2012 - 08:23 AM

SPitzmum, that is what i done with my DDs clothing, i put the smaller sizes in the top drawer and so on.

But with a boy i dont have as many things and have hanging space and drawers, i like hte idea of hte hanging thing for sheets, thanks for that, thats the reason i lvoe EB original.gif

buzz hope your OH gets a move on, its so much fun organising original.gif

*corynbiancasmum* - i have items up to size one, lol, i bought some singlet suits on sale in target weeks back for $3 each so thought id grab them in sizes from 3months to one year original.gif Love shopping.

Cheers everyone.

spottydog

#6 spitzmum

Posted 04 October 2012 - 12:28 PM

I'm purposefully not going to any more Babies & Kids Markets until next month so I don't buy anything laugh.gif

Most of my clothes are 000 and 00 with only a few 0000 things.


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