When your house is no longer just your house, but also the home of small children, it can quickly turn into a disorganized jumble of toys and clothes, no matter how organized you try to be. Thankfully, there are several tools available to aid parents in keeping the house a habitable environment that is also well organized. One of these tools is known as a baby hanger – it’s designed specifically for baby sized clothing. Whenever your drawers are running out of space, this is your best option. Plus, it makes it a lot easier for you to see all of your baby’s outfits at once, speeding up the process of getting him or her dressed. If you are a parent and you haven’t been using baby hangers to organize your child’s clothing, you’re only making it harder on yourself.
Baby hangers are sometimes hard to find. When you get to a baby store or section of a department store, you often have to make your way through the larger equipment like strollers, cribs and safety baby gates until you can find the smaller accessories. Once you do locate the accessory section you’ll find that there is often a very large selection of baby clothes hangers to choose from, especially if you are going to a baby-oriented store. First of all, there are tons of styles to choose from. Whatever decorating scheme you are using in your nursery, you can easily let that décor continue into the closet. There are hangers available in every color, and many stores even offer animal designs that are sure to prove entertaining for your baby as well – not to mention that an animal hanger is a great way to get your baby to laugh if they are giving you a hard time while you are trying to get them dressed. Baby hangers also make great gifts. People get so many clothes and cheap baby toys as presents that baby hangers as a gift will be viewed as very novel.
During the winter, coats tend to take up a lot of closet space – even tiny coats meant to keep babies warm. And unless you have an unreasonably large dresser, you probably won’t want to keep all of your child’s coats folded away in the colder months, either. Again, one of the best solutions is a hanger – you can use baby coat hangers to optimize space. If you want, you could even keep your babies coats in the coat closet alongside everyone else’s coats, which is probably a lot more accessible whenever you are headed out the door. Look for the thin but strong brands. These are usually dubbed, space saving hangers and will take up less space in your closet then the bulkier variety.
Storing clothing items on a baby clothes hanger may not seem like much of a step at all towards efficiency and increased organization, but in reality it is one of the easiest and most effective steps you can take. Once you start using them, you won’t even want to think of switching back.