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Of course spring cleaning can become pretty overwhelming. There are cobwebs to knock out of corners, baseboards to scrub, floors to polish and clean, and then of course, there's trying to organize everything and make room for warm weather clothing and gear. When you have 3 kids, that can be quite a challenge. Any parent will agree, having kids means having lots and lots of random stuff. More than they could possibly ever need at one time. (I'm seriously thinking about having a yard sale to thin out some of the clutter, but don't tell the kiddos!)
Since you're already doing a top-to-bottom spring cleaning, why not take this time to also redecorate a bit? One of my biggest decorating challenges would have to be our kids' bedrooms. You see, we bought a wonderful Century home that was built in 1924. It's got tons of character and charm, but it also has 3 very tiny kids' bedrooms. And when I say tiny, I mean TINY. Which is probably why I have toys scattered throughout the whole darn house...Their rooms can't accommodate them all! But that's a whole different post entirely.