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Friday, January 20, 2012

.:Feature Friday - E.C.B.:.

Hi everybody! I'm Erin from E.C.B. (Especially Creative Broad).

I'm really happy to be Sumo's guest today!

At E.C.B. (Especially Creative Broad) I post about lots of things:

I consider it my place to try new things and share the results with you.

When it's warm enough I garden, and right now I'm learning to improve my photography

without resorting to buying a DSLR camera, so I post about that too!

Today I thought I'd share one of my tips for keeping kids' books organized. My little guy, G, loves to read (and by that, I mean he loves to make us read to him).

It's a good thing. The Mr and I are both avid readers, and reading or being read to as

a little one leads to all kinds of fabulous things as you grow up.

The only problem is, we have books coming out of our ears. His bedroom floor was constantly covered in them, and it made getting in and out of the room downright hazardous. After nearly killing myself by tripping and falling over the Cat in the Hat one time too many, I did this:

To be honest, I'm not entirely sure if what I got is a desktop file sorter or a dish drying rack. I picked it up at our local salvation army. If you want to try this, either would work. Readers who don't have kids, this would be a great way to organize magazines too!

I keep the whole thing on the floor next to G's rocking chair. It keeps the books organized, in reach and, best of all, it's easy enough to put them away that he can do it himself!

For more organizing ideas (or just to see what I'm doing lately), please stop on by and say hi!

Thank you so much to Sumo for having me today, and thanks for reading! -Erin

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