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Pins Of The Week: Mission, Get Organized Before Baby

Yesterday, I wrote all about nesting and the projects I am checking off my list and well today, I still have my never-ending to-do list on my brain before baby arrives. From working on the command center we are creating to renovating our basement and my home office. The list is seriously, never-ending. And one of the biggest things on it is getting ready for our sweet bundles arrival in less than 2 months. EEK! 2 months. Mission get organized is in full action around our house!

As you know, each week (see last weeks pins here) I share with you the top 10 pins of the week. And well this week – it’s all about the nesting. From organizing the little one’s nursery, to checking off those DIY projects you’ve been wanting to try out and to actually doing what you pinned on Pinterest.

As always, make sure you follow Babble here and moi here on Pinterest!

Get ready, get set, PIN! After the jump, browse + pin the top ten pins of the week!

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  • Closet Nursery 1 of 10
    Closet Nursery
    This just shows you that space isn't everything and to make it work with what you have. Putting a nursery in the corner of your bedroom, removing your closet doors and hanging curtains makes the perfect crib nook. I think I love this more than a large nursery. Cozy + sweet!
    Image via Apartment Therapy
    Pinned by Linsey
  • Baby Keepsakes 2 of 10
    Baby Keepsakes
    Filling a small journal with accordin pages is a brilliant idea when it comes to recording baby's first year in pictures - dating all the way back to the first sono. So sweet! Plus, a good way to keep all your favorite snapshots in one place to show-off.
    Image via Martha Stewart
    Pinned by Tamara
  • Bookshelves From Spice Racks 3 of 10
    Bookshelves From Spice Racks
    When you are preparing the nursery - books should definitely be a part of it and creating the perfect reading nook is key.
    Image via Apartment Therapy
    Pinned by Rachael
  • DIY Closet Dividers 4 of 10
    DIY Closet Dividers
    With 4 girls I know how hard it is to look through a closet for a certain size. Especially with all of that newborn layette! So, why not make some DIY closet dividers so you know exactly where each size resides. No more hurting for 5 minutes looking at ever tag with these great DIY project.
    Image via Ashley Ann
    Pinned by Briana
  • Cut the Clutter 5 of 10
    Cut the Clutter
    If this nursery closet isn't inspiring to help remind you to cut the clutter, I don't know what is! I wish it was my closet. Good storage + shelves keep it one organized space.
    Image via HGTV
    Pinned by Nicole
  • Make It Work 6 of 10
    Make It Work
    Don't fret if you don't have the space. These days, anything is possible in a small space. Trying making an exposed closet on a wall with shelves and and a rod or opt to create a closet out of a bookcase. Paint it or wall paper the back to make it pop!
    Image via Apartment Therapy
    Pinned by Stephanie
  • Not Your Ordinary Baby Storage 7 of 10
    Not Your Ordinary Baby Storage
    Forget the baby department for ways to manage the clutter. Look for not-so-ordinary ways to store things like pacifiers and diapers. You would be surprised what works yet looks pretty too!
    Image via Boots and Totty
    Pinned by Alicia
  • Clever Re-Use 8 of 10
    Clever Re-Use
    So, this is genius. Forget throwing those diaper boxes away! Make pretty storage. And it's easy as 1-2-3. I love being able to recycle something and this is great project.
    See just how to makes these adorable boxes on Shanty 2 Chic
    Pinned by Sarah
  • Get Organized 9 of 10
    Get Organized
    For those bottles of baby lotion, diaper rash cream, shampoo, and the never-ending list of baby toiletries - why not store it pretty! It's always nice to have everything neatly labeled and in one place for easy access when you need it.
    Image via Better Homes + Garden
    Pinned by Sarah
  • Pegboard Works Wonders 10 of 10
    Pegboard Works Wonders
    Grab some pegboard and create a catch-all space above your changing table. Looks great + keeps you organized!
    Image via BHG
    Pinned by Amy

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