Mama, wife, nurse, trying to be the breadwinner and the bread maker. Working full time to hold it all together.
New Home: Kitchen
The kitchen is really important to have unpacked so that you can start to feed your family at your own home. I was so ready to have fresh, homecooked food that I really wanted to get my kitchen functioning. Munchkie's Daddy said that once we had a functioning house I could start decorating and crafting out the projects I wanted to do. With the help of my mother-in-law and sister-in-law we got my kitchen to working order in no time! Here it is. I actually am going to include before and after shots.
These are when the landlord was still working on the place.
I love that I have this big open space and large counter. I am going to try to keep it cleared off so that it is available for work space. I do really like this part of my kitchen.
This is the cluttered space, the kennel will hopefully be replaced soon with a mobile dishwasher.
The sink area, had to put the plates on the counter because there just wasn't any good place to put them. The silverware drawer is just below them. My refrigerator may not look that small, but trust me, it's SMALL.
These are my coffee and tea drawers. My mother-in-law says to me, "maybe you should avoid buying any more tea until you drink what you already have." If only she could see my own mother's tea cabinet- yes a full cabinet of tea.
The cabinet is one big long cabinet, had to stuff as much stuff in there as I could.
Another cabinet full of stuff.
We had to put our glasses, mugs, travel mugs and water bottles in the bottom drawer, then above that are storage containers and Munchkie's plates, bowls and cups.
A peak inside my refrigerator just to show you how small it is. I'm not even sure that a gallon of milk will fit. I have to be organized with it as well. I am trying out the green bags for my farmer's market produce and have fridge binz from Habitat for Humanity Restore warehouse for more organization.