SPIT UP HACK: Use an old microwaveable rice cooker set as a sink organizer for storing and hand washing baby bottles, breast pump pieces, other baby dishes and much more. All without having to fill up the whole sink or wait to fill the dishwasher.
I started using this with my first son, whose first 6 weeks of life consisted of crazy colicky behavior, which led me to discovering Dr. Brown's Bottles (and all the bits and pieces that make them amazing).
I soaked dirty dishes in the bowl piece until I could wash; then use the strainer piece as I rinsed and let dry. The two parts made a great mini sink system for hand washing items and in between dishwasher runs. I even used these pieces a makeshift dishwasher/agitator to quick-wash bibs with spit up and food.
If you want rice in the meantime you'll have to get it the old fashion way - order takeout!
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