Of all the rooms in our house, the kitchen is the one I probably spend the most time keeping tidy and organized. It’s the most-used room in the house and gets the dirtiest the fastest. I love when it looks like the picture below, but of course, that’s not most of the time.
Today, I’m sharing a peek inside our kitchen drawers, 3 of which are dedicated solely to James’ evolving feeding needs. We are blessed to have a lot of kitchen storage, so I’m able to organize things how I like. But, even with an abundance of storage, I don’t have a lot of “extras” in that we try to have just enough of what we need. That’s the first rule of organizing, Edit! and don’t have too much stuff! 🙂
The drawers in the L of our counter hold the things I need quickest access to, like James’ bibs and washcloths, his utensils, and silverware.
And finally, the top drawer of the island is for plastic baggies, foil, and my measuring cups and spoons, since I prepare our meals on the island. The middle drawer holds all our tupperware. I bought two sets of Rubbermaid tupperware and now I don’t have any mismatched pieces. Love that!