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  • Kathy Dixon

    Travelling with young kids made easy: Put an entire outfit (including undies and hair accessories) in a ziploc bag. One bag per day. When you get to the hotel, put the bags in a drawer and they can pick one per day. Huge time saver! Hmm, this would be good to put in the diaper bag too

  • Lana Speas

    for my Friends with young children Travelling with young kids made easy: Put an entire outfit (including undies and hair accessories) in a ziploc bag. One bag per day. When you get to the hotel, put the bags in a drawer and they can pick one per day. Huge time saver!

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Travelling with young kids made easy: Put an entire outfit (including undies and hair accessories) in a ziploc bag. One bag per day. When you get to the hotel, put the bags in a drawer and they can pick one per day... Why didnt i think of this??

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  • Lindsay Minor

    Where did you get the polka dot bag?? I love it!

How To Jump Start a Car FREE Printable : this would be good to print and keep w/ jumper cables!

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  • Cathy Bibb

    I did this for a daddy/daughter trip last year. I also wrote on the outside of the bag a short description of the matching shoes. :)

Great idea! In case you get separated from your kids, print a label with child's name and parent's cell number and stick it in her shoe. Genius!

Love this lunchbox cupboard that Bridgette did - featured on OMF

  • Bryanna Trulove

    this is such an awesome idea...but some kids cant be trusted with that..js

  • Leeann Solice

    When my kids were small I used the two bottom drawers in the fridge to stock healthy things that I would let them have almost unlimited access to: little carrot/dip packs, cheese sticks, juice, sliced apples, strawberries, tuna/crackers packs. You know that stuff that is protein/veggie/fruit based. The system pictured is great, just needs a drawer in the fridge to supplement it. They are grown ups now, so I too miss the need for this cute system, but they are both lovers of all veggies so maybe it worked. :)

  • Taraneh Guidry Health Coach

    yeah my kids would not let me keep this cupboard full, they would pig out on this stuff and not eat their meals...

  • Marianne Scott

    My 5 boys (ages ranging from 8-14) for the most part can be trusted. So this is perfect! I'm tired of them ramsacking my pantry for their snacks. I have one of these 3 drawers..I actually have the tall thinner drawer systems, might work too and I have more than one of those

  • Debra Green

    I have one closet with a lock on it. I will use this idea and daily open this for them to choose.

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hospital bag check list (bring food) baby.. Perfect Check List! @Kacey McPherson... Even though I am sure your already packed :)