If there’s a place in my house that’s rather messy, it’d have to be my fridge. Sure I manage to keep the toys in the shelves and what-nots at the end of the day, and even what’s in the fridge is neatly organised… but I just haven’t really got down to organising what’s on the fridge.
It’s tough with new pieces of art going up on the fridge every now and then… and having the kids suddenly take a fancy to a random magnet on the fridge usually results in a reshuffling of magnets, pieces of paper and a disgruntled mommy.
Well, so as you can see, there are random magnets, art work, two timers, a functioning meal planning whiteboard, a cool-looking kids magnetic calendar that has been neglected, and the important circulars from my girl’s school (which I don’t really refer to).
At the very top of the fridge – ahem, my fridge is truly well-utilised! – that’s where I store (up to two) sensory boxes for sensory play and a playdoh set!
How does your fridge look like? 🙂
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