It’s summertime, and that means the kids are home from school - including your college students.
The break between semesters can be pretty long, and if your college-aged kids aren’t involved in any summer classes (or if their school doesn’t offer them) they’re probably going to want to spend their time back at home to see their friends and not have to think about homework, or where they can do their laundry.
At least for the kids, the best thing summer brings is the chance to get outside and do stuff!
Whether they’re in there stomping around with their favorite toys, playing their favorite video game or board game, or just sitting quietly and coloring, the playroom can be a pretty vital place for kids while they grow up. It helps them get used to other spaces aside from their bedroom and can provide an important sense of security – and better yet, it gives them a place to play!
If you’re a parent already, an expectant parent, or anyone who spends a lot of time caring for infants, there’s one fact you’ve already learned the hard way: there’s an awful lot of stuff you need to keep with you!
From bottles and feeding supplies to clothes, wet wipes, and everything in between, it sometimes feels like you have more stuff for your baby lying around the house than you do for yourself! (And it’s probably almost as much stuff as you’ve bought for your pets!)
Whether you’re a college student living on their own for the first time, a high schooler just trying to get by until graduation, or even a younger student looking forward to their very first day of class, one thing is sadly true among students: many of them just don’t know how to organize!