I have two children. So, I can call myself a mom with experience. With considerable experience, impressive experience and developed imagination.
What I just did not have to invent over the past years – from fun toys from everything at hand to simple devices that make life easier for me and my crumbs. For example, with my daughter I mastered the secrets of exciting lunches and breakfasts. I laid out slices of vegetables, fruits and other utilities in ice form, and the baby enjoyed trying from each plate until they all turned out to be empty.
I also learned how to warn of dangerous moments – the corners of the tables and armrests on the chairs provided soft nozzles, each interior door provided with locks, etc. My daughter grew up, life hacking was forgotten a little, but then my son appeared and I had to learn again.
Now I began to master the art of creating a game or a toy from literally everything that comes to hand. Once again I learned how to make hammocks from sheets, tents from old curtains and Native American wigwams from dry branches.
In the bathroom, I did some unusual things. Firstly, I made an extension for a tap from a plastic shampoo bottle. Now my son can easily wash his hands and wash himself. Secondly – I squeezed the toothpaste from the tube into a clean bottle with a dispenser. So my boy can squeeze out toothpaste as much as he needs, no more.
And this is not all secrets. Do you have something to surprise our readers?