35 HACKS FOR SMART PARENTS



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In this video, you will find a collection of ideas that will make parents’ jobs much easier. Do you usually struggle to get a kid to make medicine? Moms will love the next trick. Dip a lollipop into liquid medicine and a kid will lick it. Medicine will taste much better. Sometimes when toddlers think that there are monsters in their roo or closet and we know what to do. Make a spray that will help to get rid of monsters. Check out the tutorial. Check out how to prevent a kid from opening a door – make DIY safety lock from kitchen hooks and a rubber band.
You will love the following awesome ideas for parents: turn a simple plastic bag into the apron and toddler’s t-shirt will be clean, learn how to limit liquid soap and how to create a whole collection of clothes for toddlers by your hands. If you want to reduce the amount of liquid soap, use rubber bands to limit it. Twist rubber bands around the pump nozzle.
If you don’t know what to do with old clothes – reuse it and make beautiful outfits for kids. It will save you a lot of money. Matching clothes look so cute and you can make matching clothes for a boy and a girl from an old shirt. Transform old adult jeans into a skirt for a toddler or even a cute dungaree dress. Watch our easy tutorial. Reuse your old or broken umbrella to make a raincoat.

TIMESTAMPS:
00:52 Monster spray
03:04 DIY Apron from a plastic bag
08:02 DIY outfits for kids
09:23 DIY Raincoat
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