I have always had a bit of a stuff problem. Since I had kids, it’s only gotten worse. Baby blankets, bibs, diapers, clothes, shoes, mittens and toys. And it all stays since we aren’t sure we are finished.
Recently, I’ve been convicted to share some of our excess baby/kid clothing. Their drawers used to be stuffed and I STILL had 1/2 a tote of clothing. I have enough for 3 more little girls and probably another boy or two and I don’t think I have that much fertility left ;)!
I decided to make a printable clothing inventory sheet and got stuck with sizing. Once I got THAT figured out I was able to finish them. If you are interested, I shared girls clothing size charts and boys clothing size charts earlier this month. I even incorporated part of that printable on the kids clothing inventory sheets. You can find the baby clothing size chart post here.
I decided to offer several clothing inventory charts for free. Please feel free to pin or share this POST, not the individual files. Thank you!
Free Blank Baby Clothing Inventory Printable
Free Girls Clothing Inventory Printable (Size 2T-6x/7) – Prefilled
Free Boys Clothing Inventory Printable (Size 2T-7/7x) – Prefilled
To download, simply click on the image of the file(s) you would like to download.
If you need larger clothing sizes, or want to have blank ones so you can put your own items in, you can get the Blank Girls Clothing Inventory Printable (Size 2T-18) & Blank Boys Clothing Inventory Printable (Size 2T-18) as a freebie when you subscribe to my monthly newsletter.
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Jamie14 August 2016 at 2:41 AM (7 years ago)
How do I get to the larger size clothing inventory printables?
August 14th, 2016 at 10:01 AM
You can either click on the image or click on the link below the image to download a PDF version. Thanks for visiting!
Dianna @ The Kennedy Adventures26 January 2015 at 8:43 PM (8 years ago)
“And it all stays since we aren’t sure we are finished” — YES, I feel this statement to my bones! I sent my husband off to put away laundry the other day, and he came out with the stash of baby washclothes (because YOU KNOW they are multi-purpose), ready to throw them in the goodwill bin. I almost had a stroke. We had to compromise.
Yes, I struggle with this, too. I’m printing these sheets out!
January 27th, 2015 at 6:43 PM
We use washcloths as “napkins” for the babies/toddlers, too. Because regular napkins aren’t scrubby enough for big baby messes :).
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Samantha @ Stir the Wonder24 January 2015 at 10:21 PM (8 years ago)
These printables are great! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you join us next week!
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