From parenting hacks to tips to get us through the tough parenting days, TikTok delivers
You either love TikTok or you hate TikTok, but if you fall into the latter, hold up for just one second and hear us out. Yes, TikTok is sometimes questionable, but there are some real gems of wisdom and advice that we’ve seen on the video platform and have personally tried out—resulting in some rock-star parenting moves. So if you aren’t too sus of TikTok parenting advice, check out these tried-and-true favorites below.
Toys are overrated. Especially for toddlers.
Sometimes all you need is water and a paintbrush for a moment of peace.
Silence is more terrifying than screaming.
Duct tape is all you need to bring some quiet into your home (for the toys, not the kids).
I hear the songs of their toys in my sleep. Trust me voluming down is better for everyone. #momlife #millennialmom #parentinghumor #relatable #humor #toddlermom #momsover30 #toddlerlife #honestmomconfessions #badmomsclub #momtruths #parentinghack #momtok♬ original sound – Nicole Story Dent
Finding “unicorn mom friends” is hard. SO hard.
Spontaneous cuddles are always a good idea. PS: This 100% works for big kids too.
Finger hearts has given us a new way to say goodbye to our kids, all while spreading the love.
All parents lose their temper—even Molly Sims—and that’s okay.
And it works like a charm🍷 cc: @The Variety Show, this is hilarious 😂♬ original sound – mollybsims
This 30-second lesson in gratitude might change your life.
This grocery shopping cart hack is a genius move for those of us who have kids that are getting too big to lift.
Our kids eat cauliflower and don’t even know it thanks to this secret-ingredient smoothie recipe.
Growing avocado trees (and learning a bit about science) is our new jam thanks to all the plantspo on TikTok.
Two Words: Cheerios. Sand.
Having older kids really is leveling up so hang in there, toddler parents!
Additional reporting by Andie Huber