21-day challenge: dressers

Our dressers in our home were looking a little shabby after Christmas. Some of them were actually pretty decent.

But then some of them were looking like this.

That’s my daughter’s pajama drawer. This is a classic case of “too much in this drawer-itis.”

You see, my sweet girls have both recently undergone a growth spurt and now there are both outgrown jammies and the new ones in here, too.

See that drawer organizer? Busting at the seams.

I decided to employ my favorite antidote. Roll up your sleeves and get to purging. Just call me Dee. Short for Dee-clutter.

When I went through all four drawer organizers and put back what fits,I was left with this huge pile of jammies that are too small.

I put back what does fit, and this was the result.

While the organizers are still pretty full, they aren’t busting at the seams and there is still room. Side note: I plan on replacing those organizers soon.

Let’s see that before and after again:

Way better, don’t you think?

We also purged and sorted our baby’s dresser, and our dresser.

We got an entire garbage bag of outgrown pajamas, old t-shirts and such from mine and my hubby’s dresser.

Also, we filled a diaper box full of outgrown baby items from my youngest daughter’s dresser.

Isn’t it incredibly freeing to get rid of things you no longer need or use?

Here’s what’s coming up next on the 21-day challenge:

Linking to StonegableWorthing CourtCedar Hill FarmhouseConfessions of a Plate AddictThe Turquoiseaquifer and HomeA Place of My TasteThe Happy Housie, The Blissful Bee, My PinterventuresThe Lady Prefers to SaveThe Kolb Corner, Craving Some Creativity,  Let’s Get Crafty, Diane and Dean DIY,  Starfish CottageBluesky Kitchen,  Potentially Chic,  McCall Manor, and Odds and Evans,  The Quintessential MommyChristine Everyday,  Little Miss DexterousDécor To AdorePoofing the PillowsAt Home With JemmaWhite Spray Paint,  and French Country Cottage!

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