New House? New Baby? Grandpa To The Rescue!
How far can a father go to show his love for his child? For Steve McCarthy, that love was expressed in helping his daughter Elizabeth, son-in-law Brad, and grandson Thomas move into their new home! Moving from a small urban apartment to a first home in the suburbs is never an easy task, especially for two working parents with a small child and a second baby on the way AND with all of the organizing and renovating to do!
To get the job done right, Steve enlisted organizing expert and host of HooplaHa's Life Organized with Barbara Reich of Resource Consultants. Her big surprise for the young family was a complete closet make-over using ClosetMaid® products. Elizabeth and Brad had a beautiful SuiteSymphony® Closet System in Espresso installed, while little Thomas got an adjustable ShelfTrack system and a Cubeicals® unit with Fabric Drawers.
With the help of Barbara and dear old Dad Steve, Elizabeth, her family, and their new home are more organized than ever before! You can find out more about the closet systems at ClosetMaid.com.
This story was produced by Tracy Chevrier and shot/edited by Yura Makarov and Varya Rootwood.
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