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Playtex Smart Acessories #MomTrust #Giveaway {CAN}

Being a mom, I am always on the look out for products that make my life easier, or at least help me be more productive in a day.  Being a mom who has bottle fed both of my babies, I can appreciate the Playtex smart line of accessories.  These smart products, definitely help save a few steps and make life easier on a mom bottle feeding her babies.

Playtex Smart Accessories

The SmartBrush Bottle Brush is a product with 2-in-1 functionality.  What is better than that?!?  The Playtex SmartBrush is a no scratch, BPA free bottle brush that allows you to get into every crevice of your bottle — and leaves NO scratches!  

Playtex Smart Brush Bottle Brush

Not only does the bottle brush do a fantastic job of cleaning the bottles, the bottom and top detach leaving you with a nipple brush as well!  This nipple brush gives your bottles a thorough cleaning and help give you piece of mind that your whole bottle has been cleaned well.

Playtex Smart Brush

Another great smart accessory from Playtex is the SmartPrep Formula Dispenser.  Often times, on the go with my little ones, would call for at least ONE bottle somewhere along the way.  Measuring out the formula into multiple different containers, only to dig through my diaper bag later on to retrieve one of said containers, took sometimes a little too long when my baby was hungry.

The SmartPrep Formula Dispenser features 4 compartments, all with a 1 hand flip lid and pour spout, making it easy to prepare a bottle while out and about.   Each of the 4 compartments has measurement markings on the side for an 80z bottle.

Playtex Smart Prep Formula Dispenser 2

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1 lucky CANADIAN Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Playtex SmartBrush Bottle Brush AND a SmartPrep Formula Dispenser.

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Disclosure: I receive special perks as a part of my affiliation with the Playtex Mom Trust program.

The opinions on this blog are my own.

Comments

  1. I always checked & refilled my diaper bag as soon as possible when I got home so that it was ready to go whenever I needed it

  2. make dinners twice as big, so that there are left overs for the next day!

  3. Anne Taylor says:

    For me, a time saving tip was to clean as I went which meant I wasn’t overwhelmed with things to do when the baby was sleeping

  4. Julie Bolduc says:

    I do my week meals in one day when the hubby is home thst way I just put them in a pot n cook n done

  5. Darlene Schuller says:

    Make your bottles up in advance. If you’re not comfortable with 2 days at a time.. make them daily and at the same time everyday.

  6. Prepare in advance the meals!

  7. Lynda Cook says:

    My biggest one is nap when baby does, especially at the beginning till you get used to things and have a routine

  8. DARLENE W says:

    have a diaper bag ready for the last minute dash offs

  9. Angela Mitchell says:

    I keep items in the house where I need them when the kids are young, even if it’s just temporary. Extra baskets in the living room with burp cloths, etc. and diaper changing baskets downstairs and upstairs. There may be stuff all over but I don’t have to run around the house hunting for things all the time.

  10. Pre-cut veggies and fruit to have on hand for frequent and healthy snacking.

  11. Maegan Morin says:

    Gosh I wish I could offer some nugget of wisdom here but Im not really all that great with time saving tips lol. If its ok Ill just read the tips from other people and enter the giveaway ;-)

  12. i do dinner prep throughout the day

  13. sharon boyle says:

    Keep things organized and together for diaper changes

  14. Making up meals in advance saves precious time!

  15. set up for breakfast the night before,if making lunches to go, do them the night before.

  16. Carole Dube says:

    Keep things handy around the house!

  17. Leah Lucas says:

    Have a bottle warmer!

  18. have diaper bag ready with extra clothes in case you have to run out, to prep out dinner meals ahead of time

  19. Chris Stockford says:

    eat leftover to save on time!

  20. Buy a slow cooker. throw everything in and walk away. Supper will cook itself

  21. try to prepare things ahead of time when you do get a chance

  22. Juliee Fitze says:

    I have the sink full of water when I’m preparing supper so I can clean up as I go.

  23. Judy Cowan says:

    Spend one day when you have some help doing meal prep/making meals for the week to help save time and reduce stress!

  24. we arent parents yet but we normally plan our dinners a few weeks ahead of time so we can buy what we manly need and only go to the store when we are missing something and during the week my wife will chop up or pre- prepare what the next couple of days dinner is

  25. Make double batches of muffins, cookies, etc and freeze for easy snacks or quick treats when company drops in.

  26. I would put a diaper bag in the car and the buggy all ready to go at all times.

  27. Victoria Ess says:

    Prepare meals ahead when possible

  28. Karina H. says:

    Prepare the night before and don’t forget to make time for yourself!

  29. Melanie B says:

    I try to prep meals ahead of time

  30. kathy downey says:

    Make your bottles up in advance,and do work and rest when baby sleeps

  31. I pack everything the night before. Saves so much time when the kids end up dawdling in the mornings.

  32. If you don’t want to order food a lot, then have meals prepared as I found being pregnant and the first month or two I didn’t feel like cooking all the time!

  33. Viv Sluys says:

    Cook two meals at once and then you have extra time every other meal.

  34. Gillian Morgan says:

    Don’t leave things until the last minute

  35. It’s never a bad idea to have a “backup” meal plan.

  36. I always try to make extra when making meals. Perfect for another meal, with way less time just heating it compared to cooking it. Making meals that are easy to use for the next days lunches can be a big time saver. Not only do you have left overs, but you can also easily package up the next days lunch during dinner clean up.

  37. Plan ahead and accept help!

  38. Get everything ready the night before.

  39. Cooking 2 meals at once. There is nothing wrong with leftovers. Even cooking up a double batch of potatoes is a time saver the next day.

  40. Chandra Christine O'Connor says:

    prepare your own baby food saves so much money, especially if you had a child with an insane appetite like I did.

  41. Jessamine D. says:

    Always get ready the night before because if you do it in the morning, there is more chance of panicking and leaving something behind. :)

  42. Doreen Lamoureux says:

    I cook when I have loads of time and freeze meals. That is a great way to save time.

  43. A meal plan is my time saving tip. A bit of planning saves both time and money!

  44. I’m still trying to figure out what can save me time, it really feels like there isn’t enough time in the day. Sometimes I wish there were 48 hours in a day.

  45. I’m a last minute mom for everything haha but I do use the formula thing where it holds 3 bottle amounts of formula so then I’m not lugging a round the whole can or a bunch of bottles that will spoil :)

  46. Sleep when baby sleeps, keep a sink of soap water for bottles so its easier to wash off

  47. I would like to prepare, organize and cook nutritious healthy meals

  48. cheryl hodgkins says:

    When I was down to the last 2 bottles, I would make another batch usually four 8 oz bottles and four 4 oz bottles so I never had to worry about having to sterilize and make formula last minute

  49. If you have a friend with baby do things together and for each other. Maybe one of you watches the kids while the other cleans or cooks dinner. It helps get things done and give you company while doing it.

  50. I will bathe the baby after they eat, not before – so i don’t have to bathe them twice!

  51. Robert Fleming says:

    When making sandwiches, make an extra and freeze it for the morning when you’re running short on time.

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