GENIUS HACKS EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW
Leaving kids around the house is one of the most stressful things. You feel like you need to childproof everything and even then, it isn’t enough. So, in this video, I show you some sweet hacks to help you put your mind at ease.
You can take squishy toys or soft toys made from rubber and place them in the corners of your furniture to prevent any accidents.
To teach kids how to stay organized, I show you how to repurpose an old shirt, turn it into a little monster-looking organizer using other fabrics and hang it on the wall for your kids. – They’ll learn to put their toys away after they’ve done playing.
To protect your kids and your plugs, simply place them in plastic containers.
You can take a kids swimming pool to make your children an adorable bath in the shower.
You can also take an old umbrella fabric and turn it into a waterproof bag or a bag cover on rainy days.
If your kids are all grown up, you can use their old toys all around the house.
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