Parents·Updated on Aug 16, 2019. Posted on Jun 12, 201625 Parenting Hacks On Instagram That Are Borderline GeniusThere's a lot more on Instagram than just selfies.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Cut watermelon into sticks to make them easier for little kids to eat. instagram.com Via begley_fitness. 2. Keep your kid patient while waiting for the doctor by letting them draw on the exam table paper. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @parenting_with_peer_review Via parenting_with_peer_review. 3. Use a healthy snack's empty packaging to hide your stash of candy. instagram.com Sorry, kids. Via pishposhbabydotcom. 4. Use a grabber to make handing snacks (and more) to your kids a whole lot easier. instagram.com Via talkofthetrainsblog. 5. Attach a clip to the end of your kid's bubble wand to keep it from falling into the container. instagram.com And to keep from having to repeatedly fish it out. Via laylahaggerty. 6. Stay in shape by planking while reading your child a story. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @natashagsm Via natashagsm. 7. Missing things you need? Set your kid loose on a scavenger hunt to find them. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @ruby1508 Now this is how you find your lost sunglasses. Via ruby1508. 8. Pool noodles make a surprisingly effective way to babyproof a coffee table — especially in a pinch. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @coriathome Via coriathome. 9. Make a pretty terrific diaper caddy out of a wine carrier. instagram.com Via ladbabyofficial. 10. Wash your baby's socks in a laundry bag so you never lose another one again. instagram.com Where do all of those socks disappear to? Via momhacks4everyday. 11. Keep your toddler busy by letting him "paint" the fence with water. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @parenthacks A perfect, mess-free summer activity. Via parenthacks. 12. Use an empty wipes container to store travel snacks for your kids. instagram.com It's the ideal size for kids' hands — and you can even keep food cold by putting a reusable ice pack at the bottom. Via practicalparentingideas. 13. Make keeping track of your kid’s dosages easy by writing a chart on the side of the medicine bottle. instagram.com Via alanacvalentine. 14. Slice an onion in a fraction of the time by using an apple cutter. instagram.com Once you've used it you'll only have a little more slicing to do. Via loanesay. 15. Attach a wooden spoon to a play mat to help with teething. instagram.com —natalifaye. 16. Save money by putting character stickers on generic party cups instead of buying pricey themed cups. instagram.com Via momoni2x. 17. Keep toddlers entertained on a flight by letting them play with gel clings on the window. instagram.com Via teachermama1138. 18. Upcycle unused Lego bricks into an impressive bathroom organizer. instagram.com —nguyen.jody. 19. Use coffee filters as no-stress "snack bowls" for your kids. instagram.com Not only are they the perfect portion size for kids, but you don't have to wash them! Via narrdog. 20. Use dollar-store bins to make a snack station. instagram.com Hear your kids whine "I'M HUNGRY!" a little bit less often. Via princessandthepbaby. 21. Make eating healthy snacks fun by putting them in an ice cube tray. instagram.com Toddlers love getting to pick and choose what to eat next. Via the_not_so_perfect_mom_of_6. 22. Put a command hook on the back of a high chair to hang bibs. instagram.com No more desperately searching for a bib right when you're about to eat. Via melissasabra. 23. Use shopping cart restraints to stop your toddler from dropping their sippy cup onto the floor. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @somemotherstuff Via somemotherstuff. 24. Have a kid who refuses to take their medicine? Dip a lollipop into the medicine, then let them suck it. Repeat until all is gone. instagram.com When they finish they can have the rest of the lollipop as a reward. Via billygoatbabygear. 25. And if you end up at the supermarket with a suddenly sleepy kid, you can use a pack of toilet paper as an on-the-fly pillow. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @concretewavesurfer Beats carrying your kid around — or listening to them whine — the whole time you're there. Via concretewavesurfer.