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#1 of 2 Old 01-27-2007, 03:38 AM - Thread Starter
 
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More specifically, I need to figure out where to store worn-but-not-dirty clothes. For example, I wear the same pajamas for several days, and rotate in and out pants and shirts depending on what we're doing (cooking at home, running errands with the kids, going to the gym).

Where do I put them?

Right now I throw my in-limbo clothes on top of my already stuffed laundry basket of things I haven't folded yet in my closet. Which is a whole 'nother thing, but anyway.

Something in the closet would be best because dh and I share a single dresser that's already full.

Plus I need something similar for the kiddos because right now I'm using the changing table (that's still in use) and the crib for the kids' clothes that are worn but not filthy.

Thoughts and ideas? Please?

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my pj's go under my pillow, since i also wear them for several days. if i am on top of it, which i normally am not, i just fold them up and put them away ( the things i rotate and wear more than once). i will wear jeans several times, so i just put them back in the drawer. what about one of those over the door hooks that you can hang the rotating shirts on?
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