We don't have any sort of entry, we come in the back door and are right in the middle of our kitchen, laundry "room", and falling into the family room. We use two of these shoe trees <http://www.containerstore.com/shop?productId=10024251&N=&Ns=p_sort_default%7C0&Ntt=shoe+tree> which keep our shoes off the floor and easy to find. They don't take up much floor space, which is good because we don't have any!
Entryway Kids Shoe Storage: What's Your Solution?
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When our babies were little we'd use a bath sponge laid in the tub, and fill the tub just up to the edge of the sponge. When they were big enough to sit, we actually bought a small rectangular laundry basket to set in the tub. The holes in the basket let the water in and out, the sides of the basket let our kid hold on while being washed, and it wasn't as slippery as the tub itself. You could even use the bath sponge inside the basket for a little cushion for your kid to sit on.
Alternatives To Bath Mats
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