Organise your baby dresser, learn from the experts: mums
One thing that I knew I wanted to do as soon as I found out I was pregnant, was have a very organised nursery, especially if I had a girl since they have so many accessories.
Take a peek at how I organised my Baby Girl's Dresser!
I knew I didn't want/or have space for a changing table, so I got a changing pad instead, and this will be where I'll change diapers, I also put the diaper trash bin right next to the dresser.
That diaper cake my good friend made for my Baby Shower, it's so cute that I haven't had the heart to take it apart, so it will stay up there as decoration for now haha!
Ok so now for the drawers!
I used the Skubb Box Organizers to organize everything in the drawers by the way!
Chevron Diapers | Bumble Bee Diapers
Washcloths that I don't mind getting dirty/stained. I'll be putting them under Baby Girl's butt when changing her so her changing pad covers don't get stained.
Grooming Kit with stuff like a regular thermometer, little comb and hair brush, etc.
Also a thermometer pacifier, Nose Frida with extra filters, etc.
Baby Lotions and Creams, wipes, pacifiers, pacifier clips and Wubbanubs.
White Washcloths | Grooming Kit | Princess Pacifier Clip
This drawer will eventually change once I find another place for her shoes.
These are the smaller sized shoes she has, the rest I put in her closet.
Drawer 4 is full of accessories because - GIRL!
She has head wraps, sunglasses, jewellery, head bands, hair bows and hair clips.
Pink Polka Dots Burpy Bib | Hedgehog Burp Cloth | Pink Dots Washcloth Set
Drawer #6 has 3-6 month sized onesies and bottoms, and some 6-9 and even 9-12 months sized onesies and bottoms. It also has bibs.
It also has towels, some bigger washcloths and extra crib sheets.
Ladybug Towel Set | Hello Kitty Hooded Towel | Pink Stars Hooded Towel
Drawer #8, the final drawer has blankets, swaddle blankets, and swaddle bags.