|I was laughing when I made this pinnable image…the font is called “unkempt” and that fits this post to a T! Especially with my little rag-a-muffins in this photo! LOVE THEM!|
Basically, child 1 gets one dot (on the tag of their clothes) and when it gets passed down to the next kid, you add another dot so child two has two dots, and then when it gets passed down to the third child, you add the third dot. Sorry if that was a major run-on sentence 😉 This method means that I’m never going to have to work around having to write initials on tags and then it being the wrong initial for the next kid later on. This also means that when my husband or the kids are willing to help out with the laundry, it’ll be a snap for them to sort it and it will get put in the right place. Which will save me so much time from having to dig through drawers because someone put something in the wrong kids dresser.
Today’s task…Sharpie time!!!! It’ll take me a little while to get it all done, but it’ll be so worth it! Not all of us have the room for a laundry room like the Duggars, where everything is just sorted and ultra-organized, so thankfully we have this awesome technique to turn to! Thanks again for this great advice Jenny! This is the most excited I’ve been about doing laundry in a long time. I hope that it’ll get some of you excited about it too.
If you liked this advice, then you may also like my method of sorting kids clothes as they outgrow them.