Nothing elicits humility more than parenting. Adults the world over can sympathize with the trials and tribulations of dealing with toddlers, sibling squabbles, and teen rebellion.

These conversations used to be secret, but the internet has allowed parents to share their advice and wisdom. Here are some parenting hacks that can help you deal with your kids.

10. Wash Tiny Socks in a Mesh Bag

It’s hard enough to keep adult pairs of socks intact, but baby socks are a tiny nuisance.

Washing them in a mesh bag keeps them tidy and organized.

9. Encourage Your Toddler To Stage a Parade

Just use some tape and encourage them to stage a parade so they can stay quiet and busy.

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?ANIMAL PARADE? This one goes out to all my kids who love to line up their toys ❤️ Kate (5 ?) has loved to make toy line ups since she was a Taby – this has always been her way to play ?? She makes up stories as she works, sets them up just right, and fills her play bucket to the brim ? So why not make her an activity that’s tailored to her specific love ?? I rolled out my painters tape and made designs on the rug: a few zig zags, some long straights, some short straights and then Kate and I brought down all her bins of small animals ? From paw patrols to hatchimals to delicate little plastic jungle friends, Kate was in heaven ❤️ She made her lineups along the tape but I wouldn’t say she was quiet ?? no, no, she was loudly moving the animals – talking to them – talking about them – explaining their lives – making up adventures and problems and doing everything she loves so much ? If your kiddo loves to make lines up toys – try this ?? Matt loves it with cars as traffic jam ? and he always turns the tape into a road ? Kids are so amazing at turning the smallest little thing into something big ??❤️??

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8. You Can Also Use Stickers

Same concept, but with stickers to make patterns.

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?STICKER LINE-UP? There's just nothing better than a good dot sticker moment❤️ Dot stickers get a lot of play around here and for good reason ? they're stickers so they satisfy that childhood obsession ?they're easy to work with ?? and they're a fantastic fine motor skills tool ??This is a classic favorite of ours – nothing fancy ‼️Just a big line full of waves and zig zags and curly Qs for Sam to trace over with stickers➿As this line-up went on, he started to do the stickers in patterns because that's what made sense to him and I'll take it?? The paper is from Amazon (search butcher paper) and these dots are actually from Target (though usually I buy the primary colored ones from @avery via Amazon) ? The best tip with dot stickers is to make sure to peel off that middle white part – makes it roughly 7000x easier for little fingers to work with ?? Just a simple quiet time activity to help bridge any gaps you have in the day ⭐️ [Remember, if you're ever curious about my supplies or how I store them, check out the link in my profile] ??

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7. Use a Dish Rack to Keep Things Organized

You can use it to keep their toy plates and tea sets organized, or to make space for art supplies and other items of varying sizes.

6. Upcycle Diaper Wipe Containers

They’re a great place to store snacks!

Or you can turn them into other things!

5. Reuse Altoid Containers

Crayons and small pencils fit perfectly!

You can decorate them too if your child is a little older.

4. Play White Noise for Your Baby

It will help them sleep better and stay calm.

3. Use Puppy Pads During Toilet Training

The can prevent bed-wetting disasters while your toddler learns to use the toilet.

2. Zippered Onesies Are Better

Onesies with snap buttons seem like a great idea until you have to snap them back in the middle of the night.

1. Flip the Sides of Juice Boxes

They help kids hold them and prevent spills!

Parents are resourceful in a bind. It’s likely that you’ll have figured out your own hacks, but these are some great tips for beginners, right?

We’re all ears if there’s additional advice that would help other parents too!

Leave em’ in the comments!