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A SAVVY mom has revealed how she keeps her little ones entertained while they bathe.

Her solution is cheap and uses things already around the house.

The mom, Kate Bast, revealed her parenting hack in a video she shared online.

All she does is take some very small toys she has around the house and squish them into balloons.

Next, Kate fills the balloons up with water and freezes them.

Then, she removes the balloon to reveal a frozen "egg" with toys in the middle.


She plops them in the bathtub and watches them "hatch" with her kids as they go through their routine.

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She added in the comment section that it's important to "always supervise your children when doing the activities and hacks" shared by her.

Viewers were thrilled with Kate's solution, with several calling it a super entertaining idea.

"I'm doing this tomorrow (or the next day because freezing time)," one enthused mother wrote.


"Are you a genius or are you a genius?" another added.

Of course, Kate's tip is just one of a seemingly endless line of parenting tips and tricks shared online.

For instance, a mother of both teenagers and toddlers revealed her method for getting all of her kids to help clean up the house.

"Instead of wasting valuable time cleaning up over and over again throughout the day … we just ride it out until it’s right before bedtime and then we do one massive family clean-up," she explained.

She went on to share that she turned tidying up into a family game by setting an alarm clock for three minutes or playing a song and quickly cleaning up during it.


“It becomes a family game and your home is put back together in a matter of minutes!!” she exclaimed.

Furthermore, another matriarch of a bustling household revealed how she lets her kids snack all day without requiring much effort on her end.

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