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It is so important to establish a good nighttime routine with your children. We are so lucky that are youngest daughter has been a great sleeper. It definitely makes a difference! As she has grown her nighttime routine has changed a little bit, but it is just that, a routine. She knows that it is time for bed and she unwinds that way. As a teacher, I know the importance of routines with children- trust me they thrive on it.
Our routine consists of a tub, GoodNites® Underwear, brushing teeth, and a book or two. She has been potty trained for quite some time but she still wears a GoodNites® Underwear to bed because it gives my daughter comfort to not to wake up wet because she will tell you she is a “big girl”.
I buy our Huggies at Family Dollar, because it is this mom’s favorite one stop shop for my baby needs at a great value. Who doesn’t like to save money?
One of the thing that I have done since my daughter was starting to potty train was to take a “Just In Case” bag with us where ever we went. This bag had an extra diaper, wipes and a change of pants as well.
I would leave one in the car, one at her sitters, one in dad’s car, a bag a grandma’s and so on. This would probably also work if your child goes to pre-school or day care. I do not sew very well, but I am super handy with a hot glue gun so I made these easy draw string bagsfor our “just in case”
DIY NO-SEW Just in Case Bag
Items You Need:
Hot glue gun and glue
1 tea towel
2 feet ribbon or string
- Lay your tea towel flat and fold in half.
- Hot glue the seams, leaving about 1-1/2 inches unglued at the top.
- Cut your ribbon in half.
- Lay one piece of ribbon at the top of your tea towel and fold over the 1-1/2 inches.
- Hot glue that seam down.
- Repeat on the other side.
- Turn your project inside-out so that the ribbons are on the inside.
- Pull the fabric to gather and tie into a bow at the top.
How cute are these bags and they are perfect to put your Huggies diapers or Pull-Ups® Training Pants in! These could be for either a boy or a girl and they are so easy to make. I am sure if you are a good sewer you could stitch it up, but the hot glue holds just as well.
Get all of your baby needs at Family Dollar and show me how you fill up that Just In Case bag!