If your baby bottles or breast pump parts have overtaken your kitchen…I FEEL you. I’ll show you how to get this situation under control without breaking the bank. So let’s get to it…here is how to organize baby bottles and breast pump parts in a snitch!
First, This Is What You’ll Need…
Drum roll please…
You’ll need a Baby Bottle Drying Rack. No surprise, huh?
This isn’t the most genius secret in the book but let me tell you it truly HELPS organize your bottles and pump parts EASILY.
I was going bonkers about where to put all our baby bottles and breast pump parts when our twin girls came home from the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). Our kitchen was a rotating bottle factory. We had double everything which equals double the mess!
One of the best drying racks I found is for a whopping $20 bucks on Amazon. It’s super easy to use and clean. Plus, it’s a space saver.
Of course, there are a TON of drying racks out there, so definitely let me know in the comments below what you use OR if you have other tips on how to organize baby bottles OR baby stuff in general! As parents, we could all use a little help along the way. 🙂
Until the next video, I’m sending you all the positive parenting vibes!
VIDEO: How To Organize Baby Bottles EASILY (Try This!)
Brand: Ubbi Vertical Baby Bottle Drying Rack
Price: As I’m writing this post, the price is $19.99 but that may change overtime. For the best current price, click here.
Overall Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars
- 13 pegs to dry bottles or breast pump parts
- Removeable top compartment to store or dry small bottle parts or pacifiers
- Removeable bottom tray to collect the water that drips
- Stylish look and modern color (gray and white)
- Compact to fit on most countertops (saves space)
To Wrap It Up
Creating an organized system for your baby bottles and breast pump parts may seem overwhelming at first. You just need something to organize it all! That’s KEY.
Trust me when I tell you it’s a game changer with a bottle drying rack because it makes your space look and feel more organized and clean.
Until the next post, I’m sending you all the positive parenting vibes!
What other baby-organizing hacks or tips can you share? I’d love to hear from you! Let me know in the comments below. As parents, we could all use a little help along the way!
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