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  • #18918

    Anonymous

    Babies vests have the envelope neck so they can be taken off either over the head OR down over the body – for some reason I didn’t realise this until recently, but it makes little accidents so much easier to deal with.

    #18920

    Anonymous

    Plan EVERYTHING! And allow an extra half hour to do anything to allow for things like tantrums, dilly dallying and also over helpful toddlers!!

    #18923

    Anonymous

    bulk cook when you can and freeze, always have something healthy on standby for times the kids have worn you out

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    #18925

    Anonymous

    i use a personal planner and prepare a week ahead of any event , be it a party or a dentist appointment, i panic if i dont prepare a routine x

    #18941

    Anonymous

    Go shopping on a full stomach! You are less likely to buy on impulse and gorge on biscuits, cakes and sweets 🙂

    #19177

    Anonymous

    whilst waiting for your baby to arrive try and get things done in preparation for you being to tired and busy to get them done after the birth. get all your biolls paid, make food and freeze it. believe me it all helps.

    #19178

    Anonymous

    I do a menu and buy everything in advance, using a shopping list which I stick to. Cooking is often done in advance, if the oven is on it is easy to cook extra meals. Any leftovers are either taken to work for lunch or frozen for another day.
    I do buy non perishable household items in bulk whilst they are on offer too. Shampoo, toothpaste, washing powder, washing up liquid, wipes etc.

    #19196

    Anonymous

    get your child involved with tidying and cleaning from a young age it will make it easier when they are older

    #19198

    Anonymous

    Keep an ongoing shopping list which you add to during the week when you run out or run low on items; you will then know by your shopping day which items you need to buy but remember to take your list with you. Even better, make the notes on your phone so you have the list with you.

    #19211

    Anonymous

    Be organised and plan your weekly meals x

    #19220

    Anonymous

    start potty training when weather is warmer little ones can walk round wi no pants on and easier to get things dry after accidents

    #19232

    Anonymous

    With little ones it always pays to make things interesting and fun so that they always look forward to whatever activity you / they are involved in.

    #19237

    Anonymous

    Be organised in the home, start small by organising one cupboard or a draw each day! Get the kids to join in too make it fun!

    #19393

    Anonymous

    Plan the weeks meals in advance. You will save money and have less worry about what to cook.

    #19437

    Anonymous

    I always write a shopping list and weekly meal plan gives an idea of how much the shopping should be

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