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IN Lifestyle ON 25 Mar, 2016
Parenting is a tough job.
Along with their kids, parents have to take care of themselves too. All this without any instruction manual. Even though suggestions from elders do help, but new age parenting is completely different. Children develop quite fast and parents need to match their pace. The internet has definitely made our lives easier. Parents can share tricks with each other for making their work easier. Nevertheless, parents learn something new every other day.
Check out fifteen hacks that were received in the form of a prescription by a parent and can definitely make you an efficient parent as well.
Juice and Jell-O definitely make life uncomplicated. Dripping popsicles leading to purple stains are such a mess to clean.
They can call you easily by using someone's phone, incase they get lost.
For individual servings, they can be frozen in trays of ice cube.
This keeps the pesky mosquitoes at bay. It's an all-natural DIY which can be of great help during the summer.
This safety idea also kind of acts as a punishment.
If an escape artist isn't being raised by you, then, this does work!
A sense of independence develops in your kid. This also prevents him or her from struggling on wearing shoes on the wrong feet.
Everything you will be needing is kept in one place.
This helps in keeping them clean. But, if it's thrown on the floor by your toddler, it doesn't help at all!
Keeping these clean is very important. Use multiple soothers. Unless they are sanitized, use each of them only once.
The two-by-fours has been painted white here as it was being kept there for a while.
A cute idea is, "You shall not pass!"
It helps in fending off monsters. It's available in drug stores. Though some may find it being extreme, but an alternative option can be teaching your kids that monsters are unreal. You can spray it in the closet or under the bed for a struggle free bedtime.
Sort it out according to colours and the type of wash which is needed, as the week goes on. It gets organized automatically as the laundry day arrives.
This also prevents the floating away of toys. However, make sure he or she isn't left unattended or alone, in the bath.
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