#trashouttuesday / the overstuffed swimsuit drawer that needed unstuffing

the daily Starr trash out tuesday

The bottom drawer of the armoire in our room is the place where I’ve always kept our kid’s swimsuits.

Generally, it’s always worked out just fine.

UNTIL…

We had 3 kids and I cannot even stuff another swimsuit into this drawer.

Nevermind the fact that I just leave the ones they outgrow in the bottom of the drawer…ooops.

Tonight, everything got unstuffed out of the overstuffed swimsuit drawer.

I could not even believe how much we had stuffed into this one VERY BIG drawer.

58 swimsuits
34 hats
11 coverups

My gracious.

Half of those were baby swimsuits. Don’t judge.

After going through the swimsuits, I figured out what would actually still fit for each child and put them back into clear bins in the drawer.

I could only fit 2 of my bins into the drawer, but Brock’s are super easy to keep separated, so his are on the end folded.

Now to find a new home for the coverups and hats.

Annnnd to put up all the baby swimsuits šŸ™‚

Here’s hoping Brian will one day agree to have another child that can wear these adorable suits. Today is not that day, I can promise you that!!!

 

the daily Starr blog Starr haigler 6
Tackle your clutter one drawer at a time. Doing an entire closet or room can seem daunting and overwhelming. Start small and feel some accomplishment – even if it is one big overstuffed drawer of swimsuits!

 

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