4 thoughts on “How to Clean a Child’s Bedroom Without Losing Your Mind

  1. I had to laugh about #2. That is so true! I just cleaned out my youngest’s “tub o’ treasures” while he was at Grandma’s house. Thankfully, he hasn’t noticed yet…

  2. Yes to all of these! Especially about keeping their toy load manageable.
    The only thing I add in teaching my kids, is to always take the biggest things out of the pile first.
    Usually pillows, blankets, and the big doll castle. It’s easy and once done this instantly makes the room look less intimidating. It visually seems like they’ve already made progress.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Great ideas. For the piles, I usually grab either a box and laundry basket and trash sack, then i have less to sort thru. all the toys go in one box, laundry in the basket then at the end put in the laundry room, trash in the bag, dishes could go in a box as well and taken up at one time. Then all you have to do is put one box away, laundry away and trash to the big trash can. Found that easier than piles on the bed, plus at the end if you have to stop your bed is clean for bedtime (how do I know this…. 🙂 )

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