• A
  • Bellevue, United States
  • a month ago

Helpful Toddlers

My kiddo wants to help me with everything which is super adorable and awesome but sometimes challenging. What are some ways you have your 2-3 year olds help with household chores that don’t undo the work you’ve done? 😅 Right now we have her dry off non glass dishes, butter pans when we need it, put clothes in the washer and dryer, and sweep but she always wants to be in thick of the action so to say lol. In other words she’d rather be the one washing or cooking but is too little to do that most the time. We don’t have a dishwasher so can’t have her help load and unload.
  • J
  • Henderson, United States
  • 2 days ago

We give our littles wet wipes and they clean everything

  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • 2 days ago

I don't have a toddler yet but just had to say your daughter is so cute! She reminds me of a little Disney princess who should have forest animals scampering around singing with her while she cleans 😂

  • E
  • Lebanon, United States
  • 6 days ago

We have toxic free household cleaner so I let her wipe down counters in the kitchen, bathroom, and scrub the tub. The other day she found the bottle and was spraying it all over the carpet “mommy carpet cween “

  • M
  • Charlotte, United States
  • 8 days ago

It’s hard when you are trying to multi task and get as much done as possible sometimes you just want to do it all yourself! I try to remind myself that I want my children to be able to take care of themselves when they’re older and be responsible human beings 😆! My kids dust, swiffer, fold/ put away laundry, put away groceries, make school lunches, rinse dishes, and sometimes help with scrubbing toilets 😂. Basically any household chore I’m doing i try to adapt it into a way that they can help...Last night my daughter (3) was super into drying the lettuce in the salad spinner. She was so excited to tell daddy she made the salad!

  • G
  • Brunswick, United States
  • 15 days ago

My daughter is 18mo and loves to help sweep and unload the dishwasher!

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