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14 Parenting Life Hacks From Seasoned Moms and Dads

Sometimes having kids is a nightmare! That’s why parents possess inhuman patience and a lot of tricks.

Today WeGoRo shares a selection of parenting life hacks you can use when needed.

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It is typical parenting behavior when you tell your kids that they can’t eat cakes for breakfast and eat them by yourself when the kids leave for school.

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"Sometimes I pass by the room of my teenage daughters, wearing earphones. There is no music playing, but they think I can’t hear them. I’ve learned a lot."

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Today I was so angry that my kid went to bed by himself, just to avoid dealing with me. It turned out to be a life hack.

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I convinced my daughter that I hate the sound of a vacuum cleaner. Now, every time she is angry with me, she starts vacuuming.

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I’ve noticed that every time I speak strange, unknown words, my daughter stops throwing tantrums. In connection with this, the poem “Vocabulary“ was born. ”Ambulatory, pragmatic, seismical, cantilever. Parabola, genesis, abstraction, gluhwein. Seditious, empiric, hamfatter, and postulate." Try it. Maybe it will help to calm down your baby as well.

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How can you persuade your kids to play with the still-new toys they’ve lost interest in? I put them in the box by the door which is supposed to be thrown away.

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It used to be a problem waking up my daughter in the morning. Usually, I got up without an alarm clock and then woke up my daughter. Once, I got really tired and set the alarm clock on my cell phone so as not to oversleep. It was a real surprise when the alarm clock went off, my daughter jumped off her bed, ran to my cell phone, and gave it to me.

Now every morning I pretend to be sleeping, and my daughter runs to wake me up. I always tell her that I almost slept through the alarm clock, and she’s just saved me.

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