This article features a product that that was sent to me free of charge, but the story and opinions are all mine.
I have to confess; I could never understand people who pick the outfits for the whole week ahead on a weekend. Does it seem like a big deal to pull clothes the evening before or even right in the morning? It’s not like my closet is in the neighbor’s house. And let’s be honest, there are plenty of other things to do over the weekend.
However, getting three children dressed in the morning is no easy task. My toddler keeps running away, the middle child insists on wearing two pairs of underwear for no good reason, and the older one is refusing to leave her bed at all. Considering that our family of five needs to leave the house at the same time, I might need to hire someone to dress my children!
The help landed on my doorsteps in the form of Tidy Snap box with a simple yet genius approach – get all school clothes ready on Sunday eve! Could this be the answer?
This concept seems simple and the box promises that the task can be handled by children as young as 5. It also promises to bring fun to folding clothes (I was intrigued)
Tidy Snap Solution
On Sunday my children get a color set of Tidy Snap bands to band five sets of clothes for the week. To keep things moving, each gets a folding board for ten minutes – enough time to have some fun matching clothes yet get a work done. And because my husband finds this activity amusing he gets to fold clothes for the two-year-old.
Check out this concept and see if it would work for your situation.
PRO TIP: Check the weather for the week to at least get an idea if your children should wear pants or shorts if you live in an area with the moody weather. Also, if you have elementary-school children make sure you have enough clothes thee suited for PE.