Kid-Friendly Car Organizing Tips

If you’re tired of being stressed out every time you get into the family car, then you’ll enjoy my kid-friendly car organizing tips. It seems like every mom has this car full of unorganized chaos from the kids. Traveling to and from school, events, and other kids’ appointments mean that the kids wreak havoc upon our family vehicle.  This post is brought to you by Easterns.com.

You’ll be excited to learn that you don’t have to stress out about having an unorganized mess of kid stuff in your car anymore. Today, I’m sharing some tips to help moms everywhere take control of the family vehicle and get organized right now.

Kid-Friendly Car Organizing Tips

Kid-Friendly Car Organizing Tips

Use Suction Cup Shower Caddies

This brilliant kid-friendly car organizing tip may not be suitable for all family vehicles, but if you have a spot to suction onto then you’ll enjoy using the suction cup shower caddies to get your car organized. This is an excellent organization hack for family vehicles that have kids’ art supplies or small items to keep kids entertained during family trips.

Keep Supplies in Glove Box or Trunk

Most family vehicles have decent cargo space, so be sure to utilize that space to keep handy dandy cleaning supplies on hand. You’ll want to keep supplies like a First Aid kit, baby wipes, hand sanitizer and perhaps some extra napkins on hand in your glove box or trunk cargo space. This will help you remove any immediate spill or mishap that occurs during your family road trip adventures.

Enlist the Kids

Most kids are old enough to take the trash out when you arrive home or keep their belongings in an organized area of the family vehicle. Make a rule that your kids must take out what they brought in. If they tend to keep supplies in the car for long trips, then make sure they each have a designated spot within your family vehicle so the kids can pick up after themselves when you arrive home.

At the end of the day, keeping your car organized in a kid-friendly way is all about utilizing organization hacks such as the shower caddy suction cup containers, and cargo space for supplies as well as enforcing rules that your kids can certainly follow. It may take 2-3 weeks to fully have this new habit developed fully to keep your family vehicle organized, but once you establish this routine, you will no longer stress out each time you head out on a family trip in the family vehicle.

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Ashley is very happily married and the mother to a beautiful little girl and handsome little boy. She is the main voice behind Embracing Homemaking.

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