Tame the Frizzies with Bounce
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Do you sport a soft wooly hat to keep warm in the winter, but hate the crazy hair it leaves behind? Grab a fabric softener sheet and rub it over your lovely locks for a sleek look.
monitor mobile communications
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Are you worried about what and with whom your teen is texting? SMobile Systems allows you to monitor your child’s mobile communications right from your computer. You can set up alerts for key words, monitor text and e-mail messages, track a stolen or lost phone, and lock the device when your child is supposed to [...]
Solo Socks Need a Home
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Keep a Ziploc® bag in your drawer for socks with a missing mate. If the missing sock reappears, you know where to find its pal. For more handy tips like this, visit Ziploc® at www.ziploc.com.
broken crayons = muli-colored creations
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
When you’re left with bits and pieces of broken crayons, remove the paper wrappers and throw them together in the oven or microwave. Kids will love the new multi-colored creation.
Ditch the Babybook, E-mail Instead
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
E-mail your child, even if she’s too young to read it. Let’s face it – handwriting in a baby book is old school. Sign up your kid for an e-mail address and send her messages with all those things you’re not writing in the baby book (i.e. Dear Julia, today you threw a tantrum like [...]
brush toddler’s teeth without struggle
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Are you battling a power struggle to brush your toddler’s teeth? Try an electronic toothbrush. He just needs to get it in his mouth for a somewhat thorough cleaning, and the vibrating sensation prepares him for future visits to the dentist.
Snack To Go, Please
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Next time the family heads out to dinner, hang on to the plastic cups from your kid’s meal and repurpose them as snack holders on the go…they fit perfectly in the car’s cup holder.
Dispense Meds without Error
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Use red marker to mark the correct dosage right on the medicine bottle. If you’re kiddo is screaming in your face or needs medicine in the middle of the night, you don’t have to worry about misreading the dosage.
Be a Selfish June Cleaver
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
You can appear super generous when you make a meal for a friend. But if you’re smart, you’ll double the recipe and keep half for yourself. ~ For more handy tips from The Rookie Moms check out the The Rookie Mom’s Handbook: 250 Activities to Do with (and Without!) Your Baby.