Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

25 Amazing Parenting Hacks That Can Totally Change Your Life.

You've probably seen plenty of online articles related to kitchen hacks, or overall life hacks to help you deal with some of the most annoying challenges in life. But rarely do we see anyone coming up with some decent parenting hacks, and if you're a parent, you know you could totally use them. So here are some incredibly useful suggestions that take parenting advice to a whole new level of excellence. It won't solve all of your problems, but it will definitely make parenting a lot easier to cope, so your kids can see you smiling more.

If you have more than one kid and they get into fights all the time, separate them with this.

As a parent, sometimes you have to break a few barriers, and other times, you have to create them. This genius dad decided to keep his three kids from fighting in the car by separating them with cardboard.

When your kids get sick, getting them to take their medicine can be a real hassle unless you trick them.

This parenting hack allows you to fool your child into thinking he's taking a sip of Pepsi, but what he's really doing is taking medicine. But it's okay. There's nothing wrong with a little white lie, as long as you don't get caught.

This dad decided to take his kid to a metal concert and he took care of all safety issues.

Not only did he turn his hair into a safety harness around his kid's waist, but that perfect reef knot is lit. Also, he gets a best dad of the year award for giving his child earmuffs to protect their hearing from the loud music.

Idle hands often lead to mischief, which is why this parenting hack ensures your kid stays busy.

He certainly can't damage anything if he's painting the fence with water, and it'll keep him distracted, which gives you the chance to make yourself some coffee or take a bathroom break, which you so deserve.

If you want to take your kid to the beach, but don't want to risk them eating sand, try this.

Use a fitted sheet and place bags in each corner. You'll essentially have a playpen that'll keep the sand out, so that your little beach bum can experience the beauty of the beach without ingesting whatever they happen to find.

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