Include the Little Ones
Youngsters like spending time with their parents. Consequently, they will want to be in the same rooms as you, even while they play.
Depending on how old they are, you could assign each child a bin or drawer in a common room, like the living room or kitchen, for toys, colouring books, or puzzles. This way they can entertain themselves anywhere in your unit.
Only Keep What You Need
Condos are synonymous with tiny storage spaces. Use them wisely! This means not accumulating lots of possessions. At the beginning of each season, minimum, go over every room and donate, sell, or throw away whatever isn’t necessary anymore or that no longer suits your needs.
Moreover, learn to say “No thank you” to well-intentioned friends and family members who want to spoil your children. Instead, ask for gift certificates or outings (such as a museum visit or a movie) as presents. Minimalism is your friend.
Keep the Space Open
Although it is prudent to maximize your available storage, this doesn’t mean you are free to fill every nook and cranny of your condo with stuff. Aim to maintain as much open space as possible. You wouldn’t want to live in a space filled to the brim with clothes, furniture, toys, etc. Preserving ample room to move around, having visually blank spaces, and keeping floors clear is essential to your mental health.