“The Three Little Men’s” Guide to House Cleaning with Three Boys– Tips, Tricks & Strategies to Keep Your Home Neat & Tidy

“The Three Little Men’s” Guide to House Cleaning with Three Boys– Tips, Tricks & Strategies to Keep Your Home Neat & Tidy

Why Keeping a Clean Home with Three Boys Is Critical

Keeping a clean home with three boys can be a challenging task. But it is important to maintain a neat and tidy environment for your children. With the right strategy, you can make sure that your house stays clean and organized even with three active boys in the house.

In this article, we will discuss some tips and strategies that you can use to keep your home clean and organized despite having three boys around. We will also discuss the importance of keeping a neat home for your children's health and wellbeing. Finally, we will look at some examples of how others have managed to keep their homes clean with multiple kids in the house.

House Cleaning Tips for Busy Parents Juggling Three Boys

Being a busy parent with three boys can be overwhelming when it comes to keeping the house clean. Juggling all of your responsibilities while also trying to keep your home clean and tidy can be a challenge. But with the right strategies and tips, you can make house cleaning easier and more efficient. Here are some tips for busy moms juggling three boys that will help make life easier and keep your home clean and organized.


1. Have a cleaning schedule. Try to set aside a little time every day or week that you have blocked off for house cleaning and organizing. Schedule one day of the week has designated time for cleaning your home while another day is dedicated to organizing. This will help keep things from getting too messy over the course of the week and give you a space that is well-organized when other members of your family want to visit. It will also leave you more time for yourself with no worries about keeping up with housekeeping tasks because there are specific days set aside for it!

2. Take care of small tasks at the same time. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with how much of a chore housework is and avoid doing anything, but it can be helpful to break your cleaning into smaller tasks that you can handle in a more manageable way. Take care of dusting your furniture, washing floors, and vacuuming the whole house simultaneously and when these are done you will have successfully tackled a substantial part of what needs to be done.

3. Clean windows on both sides. This is one task that may take some more time but it is so worth it in the long run! When you're done with the windows, you'll feel such a huge difference in your home.

4. Clear clutter. This can be anything from a pile of clothes on the floor to unopened mail, dishes in the sink, or toys left out that your kid's stuffed animals are no longer interested in playing with.

5. Vacuum regularly and clean baseboards and ceiling fans.

6. Make and put away laundry that's been waiting in a basket or hamper for days.

7. Organize your pantry, kitchen, and dining room.

8. Make a nice little place for your kid's stuff like a drawer or cubby with them in mind.

9. Clean out the refrigerator and freezer.

10. Switch off the lights.

11. Go through toys and figure out which ones are really worth keeping.

12. Ask your kids to help you with these tasks.

How to Create a Cleaning Schedule That Works for Your Family of Five

Keeping a tidy home with a family of five can be a challenge. With three boys, it's important to create a cleaning schedule that works for everyone. This will help keep the house in order and make sure that everyone is contributing to the housework routine.

Having a cleaning schedule in place will make it easier to manage the chaos and ensure that tasks are completed on time. It will also help you establish good habits for your children and teach them responsibility.

Building your cleaning schedule: Once you've set a plan for how often and when you'll clean, it's time to determine which chores need to be done each day. A general rule of thumb is to do the most important, dirtiest tasks first. For example, if you're going to wash the floors every day, put that on your list of items to be done first. Then add in smaller chores like dusting and wiping down surfaces as they become available. A good rule of thumb is to tackle the most important task first and then start from there.

Cleaning Tricks That Make Housework Fun & Easy With Multiple Kids Under One Roof

Cleaning with multiple kids under one roof can be a daunting task. But with the right cleaning tricks, it can be both fun and easy! From simple hacks to creative solutions, there are plenty of ways to keep your home clean with multiple kids in the house. With these tips, you’ll be able to make housework more enjoyable and reduce stress levels. So let’s take a look at some of the best cleaning tricks that can help you make housework fun and easy with multiple kids under one roof!


1. Create a schedule and stick to it. Take the time to create a weekly cleaning plan that works for your family. Determine which days of the week will be designated for each member of your household. For example, you could have Monday and Thursday set aside for one person, Tuesday and Friday for another, and Wednesday through Sunday as shared between two people. This way everyone gets their own special day to do their chores without stepping on anyone else's toes! If you are having trouble sticking with such rigid guidelines, try creating a list of daily tasks that need attention in order get started on your weekly

2. Clean with a partner. It can be tempting to do the chores individually, but kids tend to get in each other’s way. Sharing chores together will help keep everyone focused and motivated on the task at hand. Together, you can also use your team of two to plan how you’ll divide responsibilities for completing tasks so that no one gets overwhelmed or bored! It may not be as fun for individuals alone, but it is definitely more fun when done as a team!

3. Use a chore chart Keep your house clean by using a chore chart to cause less clutter and more organized. This is an easy way to give children structure and limit how much they can do without staying on top of the chores. It’s also a great way to build fun cooperative team-building skills!

4. Plan weekly chores with your child You can also use this opportunity to give your child some of their own chores. Many parents fill up their kid'’ weekly chore list with household responsibilities. This approach is great for teaching kids responsibility and helps prevent hours of "but I don't wanna" whining on the weekends.

5. Make a chore chart in advance and save the parent-child battle for later You can even make a chore chart online that you can print out ahead of time, then have your child fill in when it's time to do the task! It’s a win-win situation because you avoid the hassle of arguing about how much or how often their chore is done.

6. Arrange chores by importance and give them a priority level. You can assign different levels of importance to each chore in your household, and you don’t have to feel guilty if they complete an easier task before the one that's "important" to you. They might be able to make almost all their bedtime duties by themselves already, but you'll need help with laundry. If you want the most control over which tasks are completed first, put them at the top of your list!


I hope this gives you some ideas on how to keep a tidy home. We all feel better when our living environment is clean and orderly. It won't all happen at once, but, as with everything, it's a process of taking baby steps.


Until Next Time

With Love,

The Three Little Men

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