Friday, March 2, 2012

Declutter Duggar Style

'Tis the season for spring cleaning! With so many kids, how do the Duggars conquer clutter?

"I make a master list of all the things that need to be done," writes Michelle in her latest Parentables post, "Learn How to Spring Clean Like a Duggar."

Then she creates a timetable and divides the work between each member of the family.

"We team up and we tackle big projects, either trying to get chunks of them done at a time or scheduling it as a full-day project," says the mom of many.

Michelle recommends using keepsake boxes. Each Duggar child has a keepsake box to store personal mementos. "Some of my kids are very sentimental and they want to hang on to everything, and others have an easier time throwing things out," explains Michelle.

Visit the Parentables website to read more.

5 Comments (Click Here to Add Yours):

Libby said...

I love having keep sake boxes as well! Its harder for me to give things up so I have a lot of keep sake boxes!

Anonymous said...

Keepsake boxes are a great way to record childhood memories.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like how our family does chores, too!

Bayley said...

Hi Lily and Ellie!
I was just on the TLC website and I they listed the Bates special at 10 PM EST on March 13th. I thought it was March 27th. Here is the link: http://tlc.discovery.com/tv-schedules/special.html?paid=2.15911.56590.0.0

Anonymous said...

It must be awesome to be able to delegate your spring cleaning tasks.

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