Jen of Mama Papa Bubba turned a binder and a set of pencil pouches into a sweet portable activity kit for little travelers.
Here’s how one dad styles his daughter’s hair.
Like 40 Retweet 26 Google +1 6 Pin it 3 When Christine and I launched Minimalist Parenting, interviewers inevitably asked us: But aren't you afraid "minimalist parenting" will lead to lazy, unmotivated kids? It's not a bad question. How can kids come to know their capabilities without a push (sometimes a firm one) out of their […]
Cool Mom Tech upgrades the marble jar for use with older children just in time for summer.
Not only is this a brilliant hack for keeping your valuables hidden, it’s the funny setup for a scene in which would-be petty thieves unwrap poop-filled decoys on beaches all over the world.
Like 2 Retweet 4 Google +1 0 Pin it 0 Summer fitness! Easier in some ways (sun, warmth) but harder in others (lack of school year routine, vacation "breaks). If you're looking for support, the next session of "Home Sweat Home" — my friend Alisa's 8-week online strength training program — is about to begin. […]
I’m moving the Parent Hacks submission process from email to social media. Here’s how to submit your hacks.
Like 15 Retweet 46 Google +1 1 Pin it 0 This is a continuation of my attempt to tell you what's next for Parent Hacks. Thank you for indulging my need to talk things out in order to get them clear in my head. If backstory's not your thing, feel free to skip to the "What's […]
Like 2 Retweet 9 Google +1 1 Pin it 0 I just received a product pitch as a potential hack: a kit that adds a touchless flush sensor to home toilets. You wave your hand in front of the sensor and the toilet flushes. No touching handles. Part of me thinks this could be a fine […]
Like 6 Retweet 10 Google +1 0 Pin it 0 I spent last week writing a post about what's next for Parent Hacks. The post is crap. Seriously, it sucks. Be glad I didn't publish it. I then went offline for three days to chaperone my daughter's camp field trip in the Oregon desert. It […]