It seems like it was just yesterday that I was talking about bringing my little Wyatt home from the hospital. It is hard to believe that it has been 18 months since then, and in those 18 months we have had the chance to watch our amazing little guy grow and become a little person. Aside from all of the growing he has done, in the past 18 months, Wyatt has accumulated quite a collection of items, from furniture and clothing, to all of his favorite toys and books, and in that time I have also found that the storage space that I had originally set up for him, has become overtaken by his things. I go through his closet every couple of months and get rid of the items that no longer fit him, just as I do with his older siblings, but the place where I find there is just not enough storage is the boys room. Robert has his shelves and toy boxes filled with his toys, and Wyatt has his area, but as Wyatt gets older, I find that he is running out of places to put his toys. Recently I was sent a great solution to Wyatt’s toy storage dilemma, when I was sent a Mickey Mouse 6 Bin Muli-Bin Organizer from Delta Children to review.
Right away I knew this great organizer would be a hit with my Wyatt, due to the fact that he adores Mickey Mouse and all of the friends from the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse! I found this organizer to be very easy to put together and that the bins and the large toy box on the bottom are all made of canvas, which makes them safe for my little toddler to take in and out, and play with. I also really like the bright colors, which are playful and great for putting in the boys room! Another great plus about this toy organizer set is that, once Wyatt is ready for the big boy bed, I can complete his half of the boys room in an all Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme, that coordinates and also brings more of Wyatt’s big boy style to the room!
So if you are needing to find storage solutions for your toddlers room, check out the great selection of character organizers as well as coordinating furniture over at Delta Children!
This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.