Judy recommends using a laundry basket baby bath for her toddler at home and while traveling.
Not only did Karen come up with a great hack, she sent in this AWESOME photo illustration to go along with it! (Thank you, Karen — it really helps.)
Another great use for those thick plastic sleeves in which new sheets come packaged! Ladygoat used them to lower airline baggage fees by cleverly organizing her family’s travel gear.
Good lidded cups are hard to find, and, with this hack, the price is definitely right.
Barbara picked up this smart idea for a snack caddy from a fellow folk dancer.
So simple and smart — makes me wonder why I put up with a messy back seat for so many years.
Sarah puts the baby toys to work when she buckles her kid into the car seat.
I love how this hack doesn’t require packing anything extra in your suitcase.
What happens when you combine the stubbornness of a toddler with the increased manual dexterity of a preschooler, then add water? You have a kid who can undo the buckles on his floaty swim vest.
Here’s how Jennifer staved off the problem (for the next few pool visits at least).
Martha’s road trip tip may save your car upholstery from soda pop disaster.