#1 The Monster Spray
Toddlers and their nightmares... Am I right? If it's hard to put down your kid for a solid 8 hours of sleep, you should consider this trick. Buy a cheap spray, remove the label, and decorate your monster-repellant. A spray here, a spray there, and your kid will fall asleep in no time. Why? Because it's finally safe from all those awful monsters. P.s. water will work fine too!
#2 The Popsicle Protector
The popsicle protector isn't the name of some fancy gadget. It's a simple cupcake liner placed on popsicle's stick. No more dripping, no more sticky hands, no more mess! Who knew that a simple thing you have lying around the house could be so useful. On a plus side, it looks cute, so kids won't make a big deal out of it being there. Sure you can always use a napkin, but this is a much happier and easier solution.
#3 The Safe Bracelet
God forbid your kid gets lots, what to do? You can alert the authorities, start the search party yourself, do anything it takes to find it. But, what will your kid do? Every lost child will, naturally, feel scared, but there's no room for that if you let them wear this bracelet. At first, it may look like a normal bracelet, but if you look closer you'll see a phone number. Now, anyone can call you and let you know your kiddo's fine.
#4 The Tricky Onesie
Kids... They're cute as babies, but once they start moving on their own, it's go time. Yes, they tend to be quite restless. If you have a problematic kid who won't calm down AND hates diapers, then you've got a big problem. No one likes to find their baby butt naked with the diaper lost somewhere in the house. Don't even think about if the diaper's full or not. Just don't, don't go there! They might be fast, but they're not that bright. Just turn their onesie backwards. They don't stand a chance against it!
#5 The Fun Case
Keeping a kid entertained while on the go is a tough task. They can't or won't watch cartoons for a long time. The children songs are getting on your nerves easily. And you simply can't expect them to fall asleep on your command. When on the road, remember bringing an activity case for your toddler. This specific one is a lego case, but you can do basically anything. As long as it keeps your kid quiet, it works!