There is nothing scarier than your kids accidentally locking themselves in a room. Now you can keep your kids from doing so with this rubber band trick. Just wrap the rubber band around your doorknobs to keep the door from being able to latch.
If you are going to a crowded place, it's good to be prepared for the worst. Put your phone number somewhere on you little one just in case they lose you. You can write it on a piece of paper and stick in their pocket or you can make an adorable bracelet like this one.
If your little one is sick, getting them to take their medicine can be impossible. The medicine dropper can be traumatizing for them so try this little trick. They will suck on their binky to get their medicine and it will be a much smoother experience for everyone.
You want your babysitter to have all the info they need when they are watching your child. This babysitter cheat sheet gives them everything they need all in one place. And if you put it in a picture frame you can write with dry erase markers to change anything you may need to on a whim!
The worst thing about playing outside are all the mosquitos. Try putting a fitting sheet around their play space to keep them away. Now you can do your yard work and your baby can experience some fresh air with this perfect hack.
Use a hot glue gun to plug up any holes in your kid's bath toys. Doing so will keep any water from living up there in the nooks and crannies. This is a safe and easy hack to keep any mold away from your child.
You know how hot seat belts can get in a scorching hot car. Keep a mist spray filled with water to help cool them down. Just spray them down before your child gets in and it won't be long before they are much safer for them to wear.
Keep your toddler from slipping and sliding with this trick. Use puffy paint to draw on the bottom of their socks to provide a little grip. It's cute and fun and it will make your slippery floors much safer.
Instead of just throwing your binkys in a baby bag, try using togo containers to store them. It's a germ free and easy way to transport your binky. Remember that the binky is going in your child's mouth next time you want to just throw them in your bag.