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AmazonBasics Kids Toy Storage Organizer Bins - White/Pastel
Kids’ toy storage organizer with removable plastic binsComposite wood frame with 25 lb capacity, reinforced with steel dowelsWhite painted exterior with dark pink, light pink, light purple, and light green binsProvides easy access to toys while keeping them organizedAnchors to wall for safety
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u/futuresailorss · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Hi, I reposted because the first link wasn’t working correctly. Im so so sorry about that! 😭

I never got to post this during my last pregnancy but was really proud of how it came out, I painted the pieces myself, as well as the wooden chest. My daughter is 3 now, but we still have most of this stuff which is perfect since I’m expecting a baby boy (that my boyfriend has so graciously agreed to naming Link) due in November.

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u/littlemantry · 2 pointsr/TFABGrads

Not really a hack but we bought this bin organizer and I really like it! It's pretty compact and holds a lot. It tips easily though so should be anchored to the wall somehow, but that goes for all baby furniture so not a huge deal

AmazonBasics Kids Toy Storage Organizer Bins - White/Pastel

u/wicksa · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Things I use often: The crib, glider (I suggest some kind of moving chair: glider, rocker, etc. I have one one of these, but if I had the extra cash I would have gotten a nice plush rocking recliner), white noise machine, changing pad on top of dresser, a shelf for books, dirty clothes hamper, small trashcan

Things I use semi-often but wouldn't consider necessities: Wipe warmer (lots of people think these are useless but my kid was born in January and my house was chilly. Warm wipes made diaper changes on a newborn more tolerable), diaper genie (I got mine for free, wouldn't have paid full price for it. You could just use a trash can with a lid honestly. If you get a diaper specific thing check out the Ubbi, you can use regular trashbags in it), one of these to store her toys (it's nice to be able to see all the toys and pick a few out easily, but I think it might be a disaster when she's a toddler and decides to flip all the little containers on the floor), a little storage bench for more places to put toys or other miscellaneous items and an extra place to sit and watch baby play on the floor.

In the closet I bought little dividers to separate clothes by size. I hang fancy clothes like dresses and bigger one piece outfits like sleep and plays and overalls. I use her dresser to store onsies, pants, shirts and have them separated by size in different drawers with the ones she currently fits in in the top drawer. I keep socks, headbands and hats in little bins. I keep an empty diaper box next to the dresser and toss clothes in it when they don't fit anymore. When it's full I close it up and write the size of the clothes on it with sharpie and put it in the attic.