#11. Use Toothpaste to Remove Marker from Furniture
Remove marker stains from furniture using toothpaste and a toothbrush or a soft rag. More instructions on wikihow.com.
#12. Store Pacifiers in Sauce Containers
Keep the sauce containers from takeaway meals and use them to store your child’s dummies/pacifiers.
#13. Keep Kids from Using Too Much Toilet Paper
Put a sticker on the wall at the point of 3-4 squares so they don’t use too much toilet paper.
#14. Use a Paddling Pool as a Playpen
Make the best ever play space for your baby by using a paddling pool!
#15. Use Anti-Monster Spray if your Child is Scared at Bedtime
Ideal for kids scared at bedtime, try some “Anti Monster Spray”.
#16. Use a Rubber Band to Keep Doors Unlocked
Keep a door unlocked by using a rubber band.
#17. Make a Sparkler Shield out of a Plastic Cup
A plastic cup will keep little hands safe when handling sparklers and let more nervous children feel safer.
#18. Label Drawers to Help Sort Clothes
Label the drawers in your child’s room to help them know where to put clothes away. There’s a free printable for labels on the dadand.com website.
#19. Cover a Play Pen with a Sheet for Shelter Outdoors
If you’re working in the garden, bring the playpen out and cover it with a fitted crib sheet to protect your child from sun and bugs.
#20. Use an Egg Carton for Card Games
Smaller hands sometimes have trouble holding cards during card games, so use an upside down egg carton to hold cards.
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