- Hand-me-downs for their little sister were composed of a few special items like a Chicago Cubs shirt.
- Clothes to sell or giveaway were composed of items that were too small or ones they hadn’t worn because they didn’t like the style.
- “Do you wear this?"
- "Do you like this?"
- "Does this still fit you?”
And then she listened to what they had to say. Most of the time, these boys wear comfortable styles and activewear made from knit that pulls on rather than khakis, jeans, or button down shirts. But we kept a variety of styles for different occasions.
We hung up or folded the clothes to keep, making everything nice and neat. With two overflowing boxes of clothes to sell or give away, and a stack of shirts for little sister, we were feeling pretty good. And now there was room for clean laundry and new clothes for these growing boys. How do you keep your kids' clothing organized?