PRK Products Inc. “Organizing Moms & Dads Around the World” Product Review

Being a busy mom of 3 kids 5 and under means that I find all means necessary to keep my house and my life as organized as possible; well, being an extreme “Type A” personality doesn’t help much either. To know me, is to know that I am extremely organized, so much so that if a friend were to describe me, “organized” would be one of the top 3 descriptors. The more control I have over my house the better I feel. Being organized makes things easily accessible and thus makes my life easier. Therefore, I am always on the lookout for products that help with organization. Recently, I was contacted by the fine folks at PRK Products, Inc to try out 2 of their handy dandy baby products: the universal baby bottle and sippy cup organizer and the universal baby food jar organizer.

The PRK Products were designed by a busy mother of triplets out of necessity, so you know they are as useful as useful can possibly be. Both the universal baby bottle and sippy cup organizer and the universal baby food jar organizer are dishwasher safe, BPA & Phthalate Free and can be stored in the cupboard, freezer or refrigerator.

Before

After: I have my counters back!

The universal baby bottle and sippy cup organizer is a wonderful product that grows with you; first as a bottle organizer and then as a sippy cup organizer when your child is done with bottles. What I appreciated most about this product was that it was able to adjust in size to accommodate my various sizes of bottles and sippy cups as not only do I have a newborn with small baby bottles but a toddler with sippy cups. The only disadvantage I found about the baby bottle and sippy cup organizer was that it did not fit into my munchkin sized shelves, but as the problem solver that I am, I moved around a few things and placed the baby bottle and sippy cup organizer in the food pantry instead. The organizer can be loaded from the back and is able to hold up to 12 baby bottles. The included storage basket was a fabulous place to store all of the bottle nipples and extra binkies.

The baby bottle organizer in the food pantry

The universal baby food jar organizer is my new favorite baby product on Earth. As I do make the majority of my children’s baby food when they start on solid foods, I love that this food jar organizer can go into the refrigerator. Then, when I purchase baby food jars I can put the baby food jar organizer in the cupboard and still keep everything neat and tidy. The shelf on top is super handy in space saving too. The baby food organizer comes with 2 different sizes of sides that can be stored underneath when not in use. That way, this organizer can be used with all 3 stages of standard baby food jars.

The Universal Baby Food Jar Organizer

The Universal Baby Bottle & Sippy Cup Organizer

So now that you’ve fallen in love with these products, I know you need to know where to purchase them!

You can learn more about PRK Products Inc. here.
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This is not a compensated post. I received PRK Products to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own, and I know you think my opinions are awesome.

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From the Archives – Unspoken Rules

Originally posted on Sarcastic, Funny and Brutally Honest on 5-23-2007.

Sarcastic Boy and I went to Babies R Xpensive and Wally World today and I think I broke an unspoken rule amongst mommies…
I was looking for a new bathtub for tubby cause he’s more or less grown out of his current tub. It’s a big pain-o to bathe him cause he’s too big, and our sink doesn’t hold water. I was looking for one that I’ve seen in catalogs that looks like a mini baby pool that fits inside regular tubs. No find. I was also looking again for baby dishes and stuff. No find. BUT, the rug that goes with his room stuff was on sale, so I used the rest of my birthday money and bought it! wahoo! It’ll arive in one to two weeks. Then we went to wallyworld (walmart for those of you who don’t know) which is right next door to babies r expensive. That’s where I broke that rule. We just looked around, I got a veggie scrubber and a new veggie peeler and a weight scale to weight my fat ass. We looked at their bath stuff and feeding dishes and clothes. Then I broke the rule. When tubby and I were in the baby section we ran into a girl about my age with a baby and she had tons o stuff in her cart. Mostly baby food. She’s the one I broke the rule with. Her baby was in her carseat that she had set on top of the cart. Which, according to manufactures you’re not supposed to do that cause it’s unsafe. I’ve done it once, for convenience when we went to Target. Most of the time I just push tubby in the stroller and carry a hand basket. Then I don’t buy too much and nothing big. Then we got bored and hungry so we went to check out. The girl with the baby in the carseat and tons of baby food stood behind us. When we were checking out she was piling on (and i mean piling) on the baby food. She asked me how old brady was. I said “4 and a half months” and smiled. Then I broke the rule. She said brady was a “big one” and so was her daughter. I commented on how much baby food she was buying. I said “that’s a LOT of baby food”, she said she knew, laughed and said her daughter ate two or three of them a day. I had already broken the rule. She said the baby food was on sale “two for a dollar”. I was very proud and excited to tell her that “I’m going to make my own baby food”. But I told her I should have bought some baby food myself. She said “she liked making her own baby food too, when she has time”. Then I rang out, wished her a good day and left. But. She seemed miffed about something…I thought,”What have I done?” That’s when I realized that I broke the unspoken rule amongst mommies…
if someone comments on how cute your kid is, you have to comment on the cuteness of their kid too.
I didn’t even look at her kid. Or ask her how old she was. All I did was brag about how I’m going to make my own baby food, while she was buying hers. Whoops! There goes my chance of making a friend with a baby…