So the other day I sent out a plea for your best baby/toddler tips because well, we only have like two of them on this beautiful lazy site.
Then lo and behold, right after I wrote that award winning post pleading for your help, I stumbled upon a GREAT baby tip and I’m SUPER excited about sharing it with you!!!
Plus! Things are really looking up in the baby/toddler tip department on this here site because I’ve gotten several good ones from lazy moms just like you! Whoo-hooo!
I’m hoping that these upcoming tips (and today’s tip) will put me back in the good graces of all you moms with preschoolers and that you’ll all forgive me for being so neglectful of baby/toddler tips.
So…. here you go. I think you’re gonna like it! A lot.
When my kids were babies, night time accidents (especially with the boys) was common. Diapers inevitably fail when they’ve been on all night or the baby spits up all over the crib and you suddenly find yourself fumbling through the night half asleep looking for a new crib sheet and a way to clean up the mattress before you put it on.
And you do this all while holding a crying baby.
And all while Lazy Dad is fast asleep. (Can I get a witness?)
But there’s no need to go through that night time horribleness anymore! Not when you double your crib sheets on the bed and put a mattress pad protector BETWEEN them!
When you employ this new double-the-crib-sheet tip, here’s how your new night time accidents will go…
Baby spits up or diaper fails.
Lazy Mom stumbles into room and holds baby in one arm.
With the other arm Lazy Mom rips off nasty sheets and mattress protector, keeping the second bottom sheet still on.
Lazy Mom cleans up baby and puts back to bed.
Lazy Mom stumbles back to her own bed and crashes.
Lazy Dad never even knows this night time event ever took place.
See?! This tip works in REAL life situations as the above clearly demonstrates for us all.
And if for some reason it doesn’t go according to the above demonstration, then we are not legally responsible, mkay?
SooOOoo, got any more great baby/toddler tips to share? I’d still love to hear them!