I don't know what your house looks like, but we had a MESS of DVD's lurking. At first I questioned getting a stand up organizer. I however have many years of the toddler stage ahead and I was not prepared to consistently be dealing with DVD's pulled from the rack or having a rack knocked over. I also came to the realization our "adult" DVD's would no longer be an option for us unless after hours and that seems to be years away as well.
These bags were a steal of a deal and offered us opportunity to easily move DVD's around the house or to grandpa and grandma's house. Our "adult" DVD's were sorted out and put up away from the children, but still accessible should we ever be able to stay awake for a date night movie.
I absolutely LOVE these storage bins. We use these forlegos, marble run pieces, cars, doll accessories and so much more. They are uber cute! These work great sliding perfectly under Holden's bunk bed and Gretta's crib. The handles work well for the kiddos to pull around the house and for grabbing and toting to grandpa's house.
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This little number is great for sorting larger bags or purses. BUT, what I really love it for is organizing my makeup. I do not have the largest makeup collection, but I have several moving small pieces. If I need to I can grab this and go or easily pull in and out of the bathroom cabinet. The kids always have their hands in everything so creating tiny spaces that are mine is a primary concern when defining organization for our home. I have picked one spot in this bag I can pull random things from to occupy the kids while I am getting ready. They think they are getting something from my sacred makeup bag and it is really a kid zone item. I try to make these items special by having them sit on the bathroom rug while they use them and they have to give them back if leaving the bathroom.
Truly, you do what you have to do when you are trying to get ready. I am one of those mom's, hey 100 Qtips on the floor? Live the dream child! Mess those suckers up! Just don't stick them in your ears, nose or eyes, HA! 5 minutes later I am ready and they are still happy. WIN.
THE MOM BAG
Even before I had babies I was "the bag lady." I have always been coming or going and it's no different now that I have kids. This tote has been a lifesaver. It is big enough to support mom +3, but small enough to not overpower maintaining the children. The added pockets for organization are a luxury. I have never been the diaper bag type and I enjoy prints that match to me not my babies.
If you are a Thirty One fan, you will appreciate some of this bags added features and size at a lower cost. No option to personalize, but I have personalized items in the past and been disappointed I did. If you enjoy a personalized bag, connect with someone that can add embroidery or a vinyl decal to add it to this piece.