Here are some life hacks that other parents thought of to make your life raising children a little bit easier.
#1. Here’s what to do if your baby is coughing at night.
#2. It can be difficult to make your children wear a hat to keep warm, but if it’s fun to wear…
#3. You don’t even have to make them, they’ll want to wear it.
#4. If you’re flying with infants, this is a great way to keep other people happy. Maybe add some earplugs too.
#5. Put a little glue on dollar bills to make “tooth fairy money.”
#6. Teach them a simple trick and make eating fruits and veggies more enjoyable.
#7. Create “Monster Spray” with a spray bottle that’ll stops kids from worrying.
#8. Help others tell your twins apart by using shirts like these.
#9. Motivate them to do chores by offering bonuses.
#11. A lint roller picks up glitter and other things up very easily.
#12. Make a kid hammock with some fabric and a sturdy table.
#13. Cut a pool noodle to prevent little fingers from getting slammed in doors.
#14. Lotion bottles can be used as faucet extenders to make it easier for little ones to wash their hands.
#15. Keep your child’s hands warm with these forget-met-not mittens
#17. Up-cycle the crib into a useful desk they can use.
#18. Let the baby crawl around and help out and clean the floors at the same time.
#19. A cupcake holder makes the perfect catcher for spills when having a popsicle.
#20. Use rubber bands to hold apple slices together. It keeps them from turning brown.
#21. Temporary tattoos are useful in case they get lost at a festival or event.
#22. This cap makes shampooing tear-free.
#23. Use a pool noodle to prevent your child from falling off the bed.
#24. A box fan and a sheet makes the best fort.
#25. Cut a sticker in half and put it on the inside of their shoes. They’ll never put them on wrong again.
#26. A shoe caddy is perfect for holding games and snacks for long car rides.
#27. Use a laundry basket to keep their toys from floating away.
#28. An old DVD case makes an all -in- one travel case for colored pencils, crayons, and paper.
#29. A mixture of baking soda and water helps to remove vomit stains. Rub over the area, let dry, and vacuum.
#30. Use zipties to secure baby gates instead of nails.
#31. Use this method when removing splinters.
#32. Teach your child how to hold a pencil properly.
#33. Use maxi pads to extend diapers for a potty-training child.