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post #21 of 23
In my bedroom, I've got a special lined basket just for this. Couldn't live without it. thumb.gif
post #22 of 23

interesting thread... I've been thinking about this too as we settle into a new, small apartment where 4 of us are sharing one closet and one dresser (and one bedroom, and one laundry basket, and no in-apt laundry). I am wondering if an overdoor hook would be good for this exact purpose- I've been resisting getting one b/c ime they get totally overloaded and then just kind of create more mess. But we do have a door that is rarely getting closed and they could kind of hide back there...

 

I'd been thinking of designated hooks in the closet for this, but the closet is truly very small and now I am thinking there is nowhere for those hooks to realistically go. We already hang all adult clothes other than socks and underwear, plus kids things that need to hang. So, what I mean is, its full. (that said we obviously don't own a lot of clothes).

 

A special hamper or basket just for this might also work on the closet floor...

post #23 of 23

Wool sweaters get folded up and go back into the dresser.  Anything else gets folded and placed on the shelf on my nightstand.  I'll wear jeans or something a second time even if the baby spit up on them or something, but I don't consider that clean enough for the closet.  If I washed everything the baby spits up on or his brother wipes his food covered hands on, I think I'd wash everything I own every single day.

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