Tip 102 – Bigger Skates
School functions, birthday parties, outings in the park – your kid has probably been invited to skate on multiple occasions. Hopefully, he already knows how to skate. If he doesn’t, here are the basics: Tighten the wheels on the skates so they barely turn, put two pairs of socks on your child, put the skates on tightly, and let your child walk around on the carpet. Stay away from coffee tables or any other hard objects. Practice should be in an open area. After your child is completely comfortable walking with skates on, progress to wooden floors or the sidewalk while the wheels are still tight. Slowly loosen the wheels one at a time until your child naturally progresses to skating. Note that these skates are unisex and adjustable. Skates should be part of the hand-me-down system. Don’t forget the helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads.
Tip 212 – You [Still] Need Ziplock Bags
From snacks to crafts, ziplocks are a must. These little wonders keep the mess contained. You can buy them from the store or just click on the link below!
Tip 213 – Wipe Warmers are [Still] Great
Wipe warmer are used for all kinds of things. They are great for the babies bottom and wiping off the mess on their face. When your baby is potty trained and can clean themselves, this is a great addition to mommy’s bathroom! It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
Tip 217 – Stop Brain Rot
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