Place tape over the speakers on your kids’ toys to lower the volume.
Put a roll of butcher paper above a frame so your kid can draw a new masterpiece every day.
Store Play-Doh in a carousel for k-cups — it makes it easy for your kids to find the color they want and looks cool.
Easily shape snow into blocks using a rectangular-shaped Tupperware container.
Put a cupcake liner under a popsicle to keep it from melting all over your kid’s hand.
Strange but true — a cucumber will work this way too because it will soak up the juices.
Make mealtime less messy by putting ketchup under your kid’s hot dog instead of on top of it.
Keep your candy safe from your kids by stashing it inside a healthy snack’s empty packaging.
Have a kid who constantly pulls off their diaper (or strips naked)? Try putting their onesie on backwards.
Stop your kid from turning the lights off and on (and off again) with a piece of plastic from a milk jug.
Stop your kids from misplacing their shoes by placing a shoe rack by the front door.
Put up a “spy window” so you don’t have to go all the way downstairs every time you want to check on the kids.
Freeze yogurt to make ice pops your kid will love
Out of your diaper pail’s refill bags? Use a trash bag instead.
Hang your kid’s toy cars on the wall using magnet knife holders.
Stick a command hook on the back of a high chair to hang bibs.
Cut pancakes into toddler-sized bites with a pizza cutter.
Use the envelope folds on a onesie for their intended purpose — to allow you to pull a onesie DOWN off your poopy baby instead of over their head and making a huge mess.
Make storing and organizing Lego bricks a snap using a shoe storage bag.
Cut a sticker down the middle, then put one half inside each of your kid’s shoes. This way they’ll always know which shoe goes on which foot.
Wash baby socks together in a laundry bag so you never lose another one again.
Raise the triangles on the sides of a juice box to make it easier for little kids to lift.
If your kid is afraid of monsters at night, make some “monster spray” to spray in their room before bed.
Stop a public toilet from suddenly flushing and scaring your kid by putting toilet paper over the sensor.
A frozen sponge in a ziplock bag makes a super affordable ice pack you won’t mind your kid losing.
Put plastic wrap over the top of a cup to seriously cut down on spills.
An Altoid container is the perfect way to store crayons in your purse.
Freeze a CapriSun for six hours to turn it into a seriously kid-approved slushy.
Use a shower rod and small plastic baskets to make the perfect way to store your kid’s bath toys.
Keep pacifiers clean in your bag by putting them in soufflé/portion cups.
To detangle doll hair, fill a small spray bottle with fabric softener and water.
Make eating healthy snacks fun by putting them in an ice cube tray.
Stop your kid from squirting out too much soap by adding a rubber band to the head of the dispenser’s pump.
Turn an old lotion bottle into a faucet extender so you kid can reach the water.
Tape is great for picking up sparkles, glitter, and other teeny-tiny things your kid spills.
Have a picky eater? Draw fun faces on eggs to make them more appealing.
Make watermelon easier for kids to eat by cutting it into little sticks.
Put freezie pops upright in your freezer before freezing for a clean, mess-free cut.
Keep your kid from wasting toilet paper by putting a “You shall not pass!” line on the wall.
Kid about to make a messy craft? Place Press’n Seal wrap on their clothes so they don’t get dirty.
Use a lint roller to quickly pick up glitter.
Attach a clip to the end of your kid’s bubble wand to keep it from falling into the container.
Make a pretty terrific diaper caddy out of a wine carrier.
Use an empty wipes container to store travel snacks for your kid.
Make keeping track of your kid’s dosages easy by writing a chart on the side of the medicine bottle.