Saturday, November 22, 2008

Show & Tell #18

Once, 3 years ago, I spent a blizzardy weekend organizing my cabinet space in my kitchen. It was so wonderful to have everything organized.

However, as with everything in my family right now--we are learning to grow and adapt...so, we bought and had installed this pantry cabinet. (Still working on where the displaced items--like the phone--will go)





This weekend is being spent sorting through the kitchen and organizing the choas within.




I call this--the shelf of things that used to fall on me; the shelf of baby and cat food (please pick from the left for cat food); and the shelf of snacks that the boy can get instead of always asking me to get them while I am busy dealing with a squirming baby.

Show and Tell

9 comments:

Sam said...

ooh you're organised!! I have a cupboard full of boxes and pans and baking stuff that I dread opening it cos it usually all jumps out at me when I attempt to get something out!

Emily (Apron Strings) said...

Wow! Love that the cat and baby food are on the same shelf. I could totally see me getting them mixed up one day though ...

Wishing 4 One said...

A pantry cabinet I so need one of those.

I love your turkey template by the way, too cute!

Cara said...

Organiaztion and cold weather seem to headline show and tell this week!

It feels good, doesn't it? Well - the organized part I mean...not the bitter cold.

Cassandra said...

Sometimes those stuck-at-home snow days can be such a gift.

Martha said...

Inspiring Show and Tell, I am waiting for the Governor to declare my kitchen pantry and drawers a disaster area.

Lee said...

What a lovely, large looking pantry!

Enjoy!

battynurse said...

nice pantry. Someday I want a house with one of those. Good idea to put the snacks down low enough for kids to get them.

WiseGuy said...

Hey, can't you have the cat food somewhere else? Like a small half-shelf up there?

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