Diapering_: Diaper Storage

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Wednesday, April 04, 2007 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Tami for this Frugal Baby Tip!

I have one of those plastic shelf things that hang from the closet that are made to keep sweaters in. I hope you know what I'm referring to or it might sound odd. Anyway my daughter's room is very small and so is her dresser drawers I had to come up with some other place to put the diapers when I stopped using the changing table in order to put in a shelf for her toys.

The sweater-holder shelves happened to be in her bedroom closet with just extra blankets and stuff on it, so I moved them to the bottom of her toy box and stacked the diapers there instead. they're like little square shelves about a square foot maybe. There's four shelves but the top one isn't very high because it comes up to the closed rod it hangs on.

I have washable and disposable liners on that top shelf, cloth wipes I'm not using right now,
and misc other things; on the second shelf I have the diapers I use for night-time diapers and absorbant doublers; on the third shelf I have the nonAIO diapers that we use the most in 2-3 stacks; and on the bottom shelf I have the AIO diapers and my nylon diaper sacks. The diaper covers are placed on various shelves.

I also have prefolds stacked on a chest at the end of the bed (we change her on the bed) and that's also where the wipes container is. Extra prefolds and flats are in a basket on the closet floor and the ones that are too small are packed away in a box on a shelf above her closet.



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