Today at a client’s house I saw her clever way to manage clothes that didn’t fit her 4-year old son: she had two bags hanging from his closet rod. One was marked “too small” and the other was “too big.”
When the “too small” bag was full, she’d move the clothes to a container to save for her 2-year old to grow into. The “too big” bag gave her a place to put things she was given or bought ahead of time, but that her son would soon be able to wear.
I always tell clients to keep only what fits their child in the dresser and closet, and this bag system was a great way to transition clothes in and out of the closet.