#1 This cute baby mop suit lets your child crawl and help out around the house at the same time.
#2 Use a shoe caddy to hold snacks and activities during long car rides.
#3 Help other people (and yourself) tell your twins apart with these tiny rompers.
#4 Making sure your kids dress warmly can be quite the chore…
#5 But not when you have an awesome Knight’s Helmet that they’ll love.
#6 Give them temporary tattoos in case they get lost during an outing.
#7 Old lotion bottles can be used as faucet extenders until the little tykes aren’t so little anymore.
#8 Never worry about losing them in public with these forget-met-not mittens
#9 Cut a hole in a pacifier and stick a dropper in it to make taking medicine slightly less traumatizing.
#10 A cut pool noodle will prevent little fingers from getting slammed in doors.
#11 (My personal favourite) Create a kid-sized hammock with some fabric and a table.
#12 If you’re super careful, a big cardboard box can be re-purposed into a stair slide.
#13 A box fan can help a blanket fort stay up, while also making sure the adventurer inside is getting enough air.
#14 A baby shower cap will make bath time tear-free.
#15 Keep their tummies full with this simple cheese rearrangement.
#16 A cupcake holder around a popsicle stick will keep little hands from getting sticky on hot days.
#17 A spray bottle and cute decorations are all you need to create “Monster Spray” that stops kids from worrying at night.
#18 To get them to put their shoes on the correct feet, cut a sticker in half and place it on the insides of their shoes.
#19 I get so worried when the baby coughs all night. Here’s how to alleviate that:
#20 Prevent spills by inserting a crazy straw upside-down to keep kids from yanking it right out of the cup.
#21 To keep apple slices from getting brown in a lunch bag, put them back together and secure them with a couple of rubber bands.
#22 Use an old DVD case to store paper and colored pencils for an on-the-road easel.
#23 Use a laundry basket to keep bath toys from floating away.
#24 Instead of damaging your home with nails, use a ziptie to secure baby gates to the banister.
#25 Splinters can be so painful. This will make it better:
#26 Prevent them from over-squeezing juice boxes by teaching them to hold the drink by the side flaps.
#27 To give a more effective time-out, fill a bottle up 3/4 with water, then add a bottle of glitter glue and some ultra-fine glitter. Flip the bottle, and when the glitter settles, their time-out is over.
#27 To clean up pesky vomit stains, wipe up the excess and then spread a paste of baking soda and water over the remaining ick. Let it dry until it takes on a powdery consistency and then vacuum it right up.
#28 Convince them to do chores by offering things they need rather than bonus rewards.
#29 If you’re flying with infants, there’s a simple way to make sure the other passengers are more understanding to your plight.
#30 A lint roller picks up glitter (and just about anything else) like a charm!