Here’s how one dad styles his daughter’s hair.
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.
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 hack, but another part of me thinks hmmmmm. Useful or not? […]
Jennifer’s 17 month-old son appears to be potty training himself. In fact, there isn’t much “training” going on which is causing Jennifer some confusion as to how to proceed. Any advice for her?
What to do if your kid is afraid to poop in a public restroom.
Can there ever be enough potty training tips? I don’t think so, especially because the process goes so differently for different kids.
Erin shared this eminently practical hack for handling the, uh, fallout.
Creams and ointments come with the job, and this brilliant hack from Kerry puts an old syringe to work as an applicator.
If this isn’t a quintisessential parent hack I don’t know what is.
Judy recommends using a laundry basket baby bath for her toddler at home and while traveling.
This winning hack from Peanuts earns the FOREHEAD SMACK OF BRILLIANCE.