Write medicine dosage amounts on the bottle with a Sharpie
Serena wields the ever-powerful Sharpie for yet another hack-worthy purpose:
I recently came up with yet another great use for a Sharpie - writing my son's medicine dose on the bottle. He's only 17 months, and so for most medicines the correct dose isn't printed on the bottle; you have to ask your doctor. For his Pediacare, for example, I used a Sharpie to write 2.5 ml - also great for when you have someone else watching your child.
Parenthackers love Sharpie permanent markers:
- Sharpie your cell phone number on your kid's belly
- The Sharpie keychain
- Sharpie + painter's tape for sippy cup labeling
- Use a Sharpie to label toy battery covers with the number and size of the batteries inside