I never in my life realized how much laundry having a child would add to my life!! I mean he is so small, how can he possible create this much extra laundry?! And it take up so much space. I mean where am I supposed to put it all. And how do I organize it? By type? By size? By type and size? Folding his laundry makes me crazy...I'm not even going to try to deny that there have been times I leave it in the laundry basket just because I find the idea of folding, sorting, and putting his laundry away too daunting of a task. I mean honestly, I do not have an entire day to dedicate to clothes and I feel like it is an entire days job!!!

 

If anyone has a really good system for organizing baby clothes I am all ears!!

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Comment by Gina Baker on December 18, 2011 at 7:02pm

Not really any brilliant ideas for you. We have cubby's that we stack alot of it in. Of course, that has not stopped our little guy from tearing it all down on occasion! Smile and laugh, I just wanted to take a moment to say I completely agree! :) Gina @ mychocolatepeaces.com

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