1. Cut a sticker in half and place each piece in a shoe so toddlers don’t get confused.

2. Glue magnets onto cups and keep them on the fridge for less dirty dishes.

3. Stop kids from wasting toilet paper with a “Do Not Pass” sign.


4. Cover a playpen with a crib sheet to prevent mosquito bites and sunburns.

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5. Keep an empty box of tissues next to a full one when your child is sick.

6. Reuse a Starbucks cup as a no-spill paint container.

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7. Hang a tiered wire basket in your shower to hold bath toys.

8. Create portable roads with an old pair of jeans.

9. Pull out the “handles” on a juice box so toddlers don’t squeeze juice everywhere.

10. Comfort a baby with a glove filled with rice or beans.

11. Disinfect toys, flip-flops, and brushes in the dishwasher.

12. Fill a wallet with stickers, paper, and a pen to keep kids busy at restaurants.

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