The kid’s bedrooms were the first place I started decorating for Christmas this year. I don’t know about you but usually the bedrooms are the last place I decorate. They were more of an afterthought than purposeful. Last year, they both had a small tinsel tree with twinkle lights. This year, I decided to add some faux garlands (sounds better than fake, right?) more twinkle lights. And red! Because red equals Christmas, right? So all the bedrooms got a bit of red infused in them but I am going to share our Christmas kids’ rooms today.
Some people find January a bit depressing. The excitement of the holidays are over and you are most likely exhausted (and several pounds heavier). On top of that, it is dark and cold and the winter months are likely to stretch on until almost April (at least here in Wisconsin). But I actually look forward to January. I look forward to the fresh start of a new year full of possibilities and experiences. I look forward to simplifying and getting my house cleaned up and organizing all.the.things. Toys are typically on the top of the list for organizing in my house this time of year. My son’s birthday is at the end of November and with Christmas only a month after that, there is a major influx of toys (and kids clothes). So I decided to show you how I deal with some of this influx of stuff by showing you some of my kid room organization details.