Now that we’ve had a taste of Spring weather we know that spring cleaning season is right around the corner. We can all use a few good tips for tacking our spring cleaning, but those of us with little ones at home could use a lot of good tips! Today I shared some of my favorite spring cleaning tips for parents of little one with Page Crawford on WNCN Today:
· Cute Cleaning
o Boon Patch. Make your cleaning a lot easier and a whole lot more stylish with the new compact Boon Patch. These bottle drying patches are a must have for anyone who isn’t crazy about having their kitchen counter cluttered with bottles and sippy cups. The best part is that they don’t scram ‘bottle drying rack’, in fact they are quite cute and perfect for drying most of your dishes so you’ll be using it long after baby has outgrown sippy cups.
· Repurpose the Unused
o Tiered Serving Platter. Is there anything more fun than finding a new use for something that has been sitting in a closet for the past year? Think outside of the box when it’s time to reorganize the nursery. You can easily turn a cute tiered serving platter into a stylish new changing table organizer. You will not only add a little style to the nursery and organize your must haves in the process, you will also put an otherwise unused serving piece to good use! Tip: pick study but light weight organizers that will stay put but are not so heavy that they would hurt baby if they fell. (Yes, that is my buddy GW from GooseWaddle that you see!)
· Tackle the Diaper Bag
o Diaper Bag Organization Made Easy. Anyone with a diaper bag knows how quickly they become a mess of a dumping ground. One of the coolest new baby organizers on the market is the QueenBee Bag by HoneyBee Child. This versatile little bag will let you turn any bag into a diaper bag and let you swap out external bags with ease. With all of the pockets and pouches you could ask for, the QueenBee Bag is everything you need to KEEP your diaper bag organized. Did you know one of the co-founders of HoneyBee Baby lives right here in the triangle? Hi Katie!
Regardless of how much cleaning and organizing you need to do, if you break it up into smaller projects it seems a lot less overwhelming. Tackle your spring cleaning one nap at a time.
Tune in next week for fun April Fool’s Day ideas!
Until next time,
aka Chick #1