Here is my my little girl’s closet look after a few organizations done few weeks ago. I was so focused on cleaning out clutters and putting away unused toys in her closet. Also, there were outgrown infant clothes, shoes, and toddler clothes that I have had took away and planning to ship home for my brother’s daughter. She is turning 18 months old soon so these clothing is just right for her.
Below is the BEFORE and AFTER photos of the closet. There’s nothing really special about this closet organization but, at least, I did something and made it more pleasing to the eyes. 🙂 Kids’ unorganized closet just adds to everyday chores if we don’t start getting rid of the clutters.
I need to organize this closet. 🙂
This is my darling daughter’s closet. She doesn’t have very much in her closet but it looks messy and I need to organize it. One of my big projects I have planned for my household is organizing the closets: the master’s closet, the guest room’s closet, and most especially my toddler girl’s closet. There’s so many outgrown toddler clothes that I need to give to my niece in the Philippines. Some of them I want to donate or maybe sell thru a garage sale.
See how unorganized this is? I need to eliminate unwanted and unused stuff in my daughter’s bedroom like infant toys, outgrown clothing and shoes, stuffed or plush toys, books, and seasonal items. My life as a full-time mom and housewife is busy that sometimes I am having a hard time finishing what I started. But I am doing my best. I want to accomplish something big this year.
I am looking on Pinterest on kids closet decorating and organizing ideas. So far I have seen so many great presentations and tips. I don’t want to overdo everything. And an inspiration or two is enough for me. I will start in a very simple organization then will add some pretty little things here and there one step at a time.