It's time to clean out the closets, shine up the floors, and get your ship into top shape.
A chore done here, a chore done there, and your child will be on the road to being the person you want him to be.
It's easy to let the toys pile up, the laundry pile up, the books pile up ... At least you know where they are, right? Well, right, but did you also know that these very things could cause an accident or an allergy attack? And that is so very wrong.
Having a pet can be fun and rewarding. Yet when you are contemplating how to remove puppy puke from your new carpet, "fun" and "rewarding" are probably not the first words that spring to mind. But with these tips, cleanup can be a cinch.
Before you begin the hand-me-down hustle and start saving every item for your younger child, consider these tips for organizing your stash.
A lesson that can be applied to pretty much every area of life: If you don't point out a flaw, most people will never notice. However, there are a few things you can do to keep your house looking clean, so when company comes calling, you won't go into panic mode.
All the "surefire" ways to organize, manage, and store your children's things are only surefire if you have a daily (hourly?) cleanup routine that you, your spouse, and your children follow.