When I was at your house (when Emily was born) your dad organized our fridge by putting a couple of containers on two of the shelves. They can be pulled out.(very carefully since they aren't actually drawers) In them we put small things that tend to get lost in the back of the shelf (the ones that we can't fit on the door). That would be things like yogurt, pickles or whatever. It seems to work pretty well since we don't have to get down and dig behind things to find what's in the back anymore.
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Separate refrigerators works best at our house. (The only problem is--I KNOW my refrigerator is in the kitchen and HIS is in the garage--it is right next to the door to the garage, so not far at all. He THINKS his refrigerator is in the kitchen and MINE is in the garage!--yes, an impasse!) He really should realize my plan is the best. Afterall, part of his domain is the garage and mine is the kitchen. Makes PERFECT sense, right ;)
Check out this idea on a blog I love (scroll down past some ads or something to the part with a basket full of sandwich supplies...) Your blogs are delightful, by the way. http://www.thenester.com/?s=basket+in+fridge&post_type=
I personally think companies should start making square condiment bottles instead of round ones because square ones would mean less wasted space. With all the curved bottles, the space in between is wasted!