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    21 Clever Ways To Repurpose Kids' Stuff

    They're not going to need that bottle forever. (Even if it sometimes feels that way.)

    1. Use Lego people to organize your cables.

    2. Legos can also help you make sure you never forget your keys again.

    Get the simple tutorial here.

    3. Turn an unneeded crib into a desk.

    Get the full directions here.

    4. A fold-down stroller can be used for way more than just baby transport.

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    Although you should ~probably~ remove your baby from said stroller first.

    5. And one child + a double stroller = booze heaven.

    6. Turn a wagon into a portable planter.

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    Find out more at This Old House.

    7. Protect your phone or iPod with a Rainbow Loom case.

    8. Store bedding around a pool noodle to prevent creases.

    9. Make a pool noodle beverage float.

    Get the full directions here.

    10. Or turn a pool noodle into a card holder.

    Sometimes parents just have to stay up waaaaay later. Find out more here.

    11. Use a Lego to make a capo in a pinch.

    12. An unused diaper makes secure beachside storage.

    13. Crayons can help disguise scuffs on leather.

    14. Reuse baby bottles as spice jars or other small storage.

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    Find out more on this here.

    15. Same goes for baby food jars.

    16. Sippy cups keep adults from spilling too.

    17. Turn an old toy into a birdhouse.

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    18. Old toys can also make great planters...

    19. Or lamps.

    20. Safely protect your precious cargo in a car seat.

    Here more about this mom's method here; you will not be disappointed.

    21. Just remember: some kids' stuff just isn't for grownups.

    Used my kids' Wild Watermelon shampoo this morning and now I smell like a 6'3" swole Blow Pop


    Used my kids' Wild Watermelon shampoo this morning and now I smell like a 6'3" swole Blow Pop

    10:18 AM - 01 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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