Buy yourself some free time by letting your kid go all Picasso in a box.
Make separating your kids' clothes easy using the dot method.
Cut pancakes into toddler-sized bites with a pizza cutter.
Put two layers of fitted sheets (separated by puppy pads) on your kid's bed to make it easier to
change their sheets in the middle of the night if they have an accident.
Put magnets on your kid's cups so that they stick to the fridge.
Punish your kids without having to listen to them whine when you take away their electronics.
Cook family-sized portions of oatmeal in your rice cooker.
Use trash bags to refill your diaper pail.
Keep your toddler entertained with little more than a colander and some pipe cleaners.
Use the bottle to keep track of your kid's doses.
Clean toys the easy way by putting them into the dishwasher.
Stop your kid from turning the lights off and on (and off again) with this hack using a milk jug.
Keep your kids from making a mess when eating in the car by putting their meal into an organization bucket.
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.
Use a straw to remove a strawberry's stem in seconds.
You can also use the air conditioner to cool french fries to a kid-friendly temperature.
You can also MacGyver your own outlet covers with Band-Aids.
Make storing and organizing Lego bricks a snap using a shoe storage bag.
Ready a mandarin orange for your kid to eat in four easy steps.
Freeze yogurt to make popsicles your kid will love.
Make shoe shopping stress-free by bringing your kid's feet (but not your kid) to the store.
Use a lint roller to quickly pick up glitter.
Put a command hook on the back of your baby's high chair so you never misplace a bib again.