Tips on organizing for your kids' activities

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One of the most stressful things as a parent can be to keep track of all of the things that goes along with each activity. The soccer cleats, the ballet slippers, especially when you’re trying to get out of the house in the morning. So I take a lot of ziplock bags and label them for each day. So for example, Thursday ballet, I have the hairnet, the leotard, the hairspray, all in one bag. If you don’t want to use plastic bags, you can use recyclable cloth bags. You can make these yourself, or you can buy them at http://BagAll.com. And come Thursday morning when I am stressed out to get out of the house and making breakfast and lunches, I don’t have to worry about getting all the stuff for ballet ready. I just take the little bag, put it in the backpack, and I’m all set to go. And I’m a much better mother, I have a lot more patience because I’m not rushing around the house trying to find ballet slippers. And we get off to a better start and a calmer day.
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Leana Greene is the founder and CEO of Kids In The House, the world's largest parenting video library and a mother to three kids. She spent three years interviewing 500 parenting experts from all over the United States, giving her a uniquely strong grasp on the latest in parenting and the different perspectives of many experts. Leana’s goal in creating Kids in the House was to create a multi-media hub where parents everywhere could get quick, easy information from leading experts that they would otherwise be unable to access. Leana is constantly looking at the data on KidsintheHouse.com and has the finger on the pulse of what parents are concerned about today.

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