Small-Space Mama

Babies have a way of growing. Kitchens do not. If you’re a city-dwelling parent or occupy a tight living space, this is where things get tricky. Even if your cabinets were already overflowing before the addition of baby bottles, a little creativity and resourcefulness can help you conquer the challenge—no compromises necessary! To help, we put together some of our favorite feeding accessories to suit small-space living.

Babies have a way of growing. Kitchens do not. If you’re a city-dwelling parent or occupy a tight living space, this is where things get tricky. Even if your cabinets were already overflowing before the addition of baby bottles, a little creativity and resourcefulness can help you conquer the challenge—no compromises necessary! To help, we put together some of our favorite feeding accessories to suit small-space living.

Browse our top picks for the Small-Space Mama or explore products tailored for you

  • Willow

    Hands-Free Wearable Double Electric Breast Pump

    A better way to pump? Yes, please! Cue a hands-free, electric pump that can fit into your bra and voila. You have more time back in your day and you don’t have to hide the video on your Zoom conference call—unless you want to, that is. (Don’t worry, we won’t tell.)

  • Inglesina

    Fast Table Chair

    When dining space is at a premium in your kitchen, this portable high chair will give you the flexibility you need. Great for use at home or while dining out, this high chair is collapsible, washable and won’t scratch surfaces. Suitable for little ones from 6 to 36 months, this chair’s thousands of 5-star reviews speak for themselves.

  • OXO

    TOT Space Saving Drying Rack

    Honestly, this upright drying rack is such a smart registry choice, no matter the size of your countertops. Its small footprint won’t kill your prep space, but it will hold all of your freshly washed baby bottles, sippy cups and more. At just 10.5 x 7 inches, this dishwasher-safe drying rack will likely earn a spot on your counter for years to come.

  • Stokke

    Tripp Trapp High Chair

    Scandinavians know how to make the most of small spaces—and this conventional high chair is proof. Designed to allow your child to pull right up to the table, this chair will also grow with your little one over time. Its 5-point safety harness and easy-to-wipe surface are great features, but what makes it the most apartment-friendly is how easily it stores when not in use.

  • Wee Sprout

    Silicone Baby Food Freezer Tray

    If your smaller living space also means smaller fridge space, these silicone trays will help you avoid playing tetris with your baby’s homemade purees. What’s great about Wee Sprout’s silicone trays is that they’re shallow enough to be stackable, pliable enough to make food removal a snap, and they come in different cup sizes for when your baby’s portion size grows.

  • IKEA

    Matvra Bib

    With food-catching pockets and dishwasher-friendly coated fabric, these bibs are easy to wear, wipe and adjust to different tiny neck sizes. By being so easy to clean, you’ll need fewer over all—meaning fewer to store. Bonus: They’re super inexpensive and come in cute fruit and veggie-inspired patterns.

Explore products tailored for you

Wouldn’t it be great to have a personal shopper complete your registry for you? We thought so. Here are some custom-curated selections chosen to suit your needs, values and priorities.

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