"The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up for New Parents" 

by Parent Co. April 15, 2016

The KonMari method dictates the separation of adult belongings into categories. With baby items, the lines become fuzzier: is a binky with a woobie attached a toy, or bedding? Is a Moby wrap clothing, or a noose? Best, then, to simplify into only two groups: onesies, and anything that is not a onesie.
Source: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up for New Parents - The New Yorker


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