The necessity of some parenting hacks are obvious—the newborn sleep hacks, teethbrushing hacks, baby laundry hacks…but then there is this hack, which you may never have known you needed (but you really, really do).
Is the TV good for anything more than a distraction, a brief interlude of parental solitude? According to scientists, yes. In fact, science says TV can have a major benefit when it comes to bolstering your child’s reading development.
Counterintuitive, yes; brilliant—yes again.
It would be great to pretend life as a mum is more glamorous than feeding, cleaning, and mountains of laundry—but the reality is one continuous stretch of choredom. There are, however, some pretty genius hacks to make things less humdrum; here’s one for that mouldering pile of baby clothes we know that you know that we KNOW you’ve got hiding…
Kids’ oral care accessories are typically garish and emblazoned with annoying characters—although there’s (a bit) more to the toothbrush design than just marketing manipulation.
Babies have a tricksy habit of nodding off when most inconvenient—and staying awake when the rest of the sane hemisphere is lights out. You could brave the wild ride until sleeping patterns regulate, or try one of these mum-approved sleep hacks…anything’s worth a shot at 2am, right?