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October 25th, 2011, 08:14 PM
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My hardest thing for a LONG time was their dresser because they always emptied it. I didn't want to move it out of their room like lots of people, so I made them clean it up. Now they know if it gets emptied they are doing it and I'm not helping They haven't emptied it in about a month.
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October 25th, 2011, 09:35 PM
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What is the hardest thing, location, or group of items to keep clean and/or organized in relation to your multiples? Have you come up with any novel ideas for organizing twinsie stuffs that the rest of us may benefit from hearing? Let's hear it!
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October 27th, 2011, 11:20 AM
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Nothing major yet as they are not mobile. But really my room off the kitchen is overflowing with baby stuff...swings, jumperoos, play mat, etc and sometimes its like trying to get through a maze. Eventually we will be moving to a bigger house in the next couple years.
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October 27th, 2011, 04:21 PM
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We'll move into a bigger house soon, too. At least that is the plan and hope. It won't be much longer and we will outgrow this place! As soon as at least one of the babies are sleeping somewhere besides in bed with me, we won't fit here well. We have some room-hopping we can try, and maybe extend it until the OTHER baby is also not sleeping with us, but when that time comes we will be overflowing from this place.


I'm having a hard time keeping the cloth diapers organized. By the time they get washed and dried, I don't always have time to put them "away" before they get moved out of the drier and just plopped in the general area where we keep them... which is just on top of my dresser. I already have 3 plastic drawer sets up there - one for each baby's clothes and one that keeps extra stuff like socks and shoes and weather-specific things like hats and jackets.

Running out of room!!!
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