PaciFashions How-To video

January 28, 2010

Q's tip, the first in the series

So I'm thinking of starting a "Q's tip" series. I'm not sure how often, or what day of the week I'm going to give this tip, but I do hope to make it something consistent. I'm always more than happy to receive feedback, and input. You can always submit your own tips and allow this blog to share it with other readers.

Q's tip:
The empty baby wipes container can have a use when its no longer in use. Once its dried you can use it for any purpose you wish. Currently I have a few in use for different things.

My son, who is two, has several different small toys that end up in places I don't want them to be, or get lost and forgotten in his toy box. I've removed the lids of a few of these containers and have these smaller toys separated. He now knows where all of his toy cars go, his play tool pieces in a different one, and puzzle pieces in another.

For my daughter, who is 8 months, I keep her pacifashions, and bows in one. In a different one I have her socks, and leggings. I got so sick and tired of searching and digging through the drawers to find these smaller articles, and this made a great solution. However, I cannot take full credit, as I got this tip from an article in American Baby magazine.

Feel free to let me know how you've put this tip to work, or share another tip! Hope you enjoyed Q's tip this week!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love your ideas! My kids are 6 and under but for the ones that no longer hold wet wipes we put our crayons and markers in them. They keep them separated from each other, they have built in lids, and they stack. ~Jenny