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Place tape over toy speakers to lower the volume.
Use Post-Its to stop automatic flushers if they scare your kid.
Wash tiny socks in a mesh bag so you’ll never lose one again.
In a pinch, child-proof cabinets with a hair-tie.
Or baby-proof electrical outlets with Band-Aids.
A quick and free way to keep a toddler busy for a bit? Use tape to stage a parade or map out a road.
Or try the sticker variation.
Glue holes in bath toys to keep them from getting moldy.
Keep kiddie plates in order by storing them in a dish rack.
Dish racks can also double as art supply organizers.
Buy toddler birthday gifts in bulk to save time and money.
Avoid a drippy mess by cutting watermelon into sticks instead of slices.
Upcycle empty wipes containers into snack boxes for the car.
Use the envelope folds on a onesie for their intended purpose: to allow you to pull a onesie *down* off a poopy baby.
An empty Altoid container doubles as perfect on-the-go crayon storage.
Avoid the dreaded squeeze-and-spill by lifting the flaps on the sides of a juice box.
Use white noise to get your baby to sleep.
Attach a clip to the end of your kid’s bubble wand to keep it from falling into the container.
Puppy pads can work as mattress protectors in a pinch.
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