Organizing Children's Papers, Memories and More

Hello all!  Hope you are well.

A few weeks ago, I shared my sister's laundry room/craft room/office all in one makeover with you.  I told you that we did a TON of organizing, in just a few short days, at her home and that I would share some more of the organizing that we did there.

Another thing we tackled in her home was her children's paperwork.

If you have children, then you know how quickly those art pieces, school work, photo memories and such add up.  It's fast! They bring home papers every day from school.  They draw, color and create masterpieces often.  Some (not all) of those papers you want to keep for memories.

BUT... if you don't organize their papers right away, they can quickly become out of control (especially if you have more than one child.)

So today I am sharing an EXCELLENT way to keep track of your children's papers.  

I've already shared my way of keeping my boys' papers, memories and such organized.  You can view my post here.  We basically did the same thing at my sisters.

We got file boxes for each of her children.

 ... and lots of hanging files and manila file folders for inside.

This system works great and I would recommend it to everyone that wants to organize your children's paperwork and memories.

May you be a little inspired!
Until next time,
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