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Hacks which will make parenting as easy as pie

Parting is one of the newest journeys that can be tiring for the new couples but at the same time, it will help you develop new skills, faster reactions, and quick wittiness.

In our today’s article, we are going to introduce some of the ingenious parenting hacks that will help you take care of your babies easily. For example, you are going to earn how to keep your child’s finger from being sticky when they eat ice-cream or how to make the learning process more fun and interesting or better yet how to make a quick igloo.

So scroll down to learn these hacks which will make parenting as easy as pie.

Put a roll of paper over the frame on wall; this will allow your little artist to create a masterpiece without ruining the walls


Place letter magnets with age-appropriate words on Popsicle sticks and have your kid build those words on the lid of a box while traveling.

Popsicle sticks

To decrease the volume of those kid toys, put some duct tape on the speakers of those toys


To enjoy meals with a baby, put a napkin over your sleeping baby to avoid getting your shirt messy

sleeping baby

When packing for vacation, place your kid’s clothes in Ziploc bags so you don’t have to find them every time through the whole bag; put the dirty clothes back into those Ziploc bags

dirty clothes

Use a shoe organizer for storing stuffed animals

shoe organizer

This is how you keep your kid’s fingers from getting sticky when eating ice-cream


Use towels of different colors for each family member


Keep an old, battery-less remote near the working unit so your kid has buttons to press while you control the channels


This is how you keep your kids engaged while you’re busy with other stuff


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