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3 Easy Ways Parents Can Keep Their Kitchen Organized

When you became a parent, you probably didn’t anticipate all of the baby supplies that would eventually take over your kitchen. From bottles, to dishes, to a baby food maker, you may be wondering whether you will ever have an organized kitchen again. Fortunately, there are a few easy ways you can keep your kitchen in control while still utilizing all of your best baby feeding supplies. Here’s how:

1. Designate Space

If you keep your baby supplies with all of your other kitchen items, they’ll likely get lost or be difficult to find. Instead, clear out one drawer or cabinet (or more, since you’ll need it) and dedicate it only to your little one’s supplies. That way, when you’re rushing to find a clean bottle for your crying baby, you’ll know exactly where to go.

2. Put Items Away

It can be tempting to leave everything out on your tables or countertops because you know you’re likely just minutes away from a hungry child again. However, this method can quickly lead to a cluttered kitchen and a stressed out parent. Instead, put supplies away when not in use, such as formula, sippy cups or a blender for making baby food.


3. Organize and Group

Go through all of your baby supplies and group similar items together. You might dedicate a cupboard to dishes and cups and another to baby food or formula. If you don’t have enough cupboard or drawer space, you can put storage bins on your pantry shelves and label them according to what’s inside so you can quickly grab what you need.   


If you feel like you’re drowning in baby supplies, you’re not alone. Babies cry for a reason, only adults do not know why at times they do, and one-that helps the baby to relax is to get the best anti-fatigue mat in the house.  But with a few changes here and there, you can quickly get your kitchen back in shape. To check out some of the best baby feeding supplies for your kitchen, visit BÉABA’s website.

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