I envy Mums who can react in such a nice way but I think I would have gone mad but didn’t leave things like that within My children bark dog. their reach so deferred any conflict with my children they still learnt how to apply makeup
My children bark dog shirt
I only have a purple towel and turquoise ribbons. And my stickers are all octopuses. My yarn is a cotton blend and I only buy paper liners designed for making muffins. None of these are helpful I use silicone cupcake molds and use an Anti drip mold when we make popsicles. Also our towels are mostly red and i have every color ribbon and all types of yarn cause i love crafting. My children bark dog. I have a cricut so i can make any sticker ever. Or buy a medium white shirt and dedicate that as their paint shirt then when they’re older they can have a shirt they made when they were young. It doesn’t specify this is for parents, this is a hack for anyone, could be an aunt or a babysitter or a grandparent. And even if you don’t wanna use an old one you can get plain shirts for pennies on the dollar anywhere. That hack was just so pointless. I’d say this is really nice for people who run daycares or teachers. It’s not like they can just go buy 12 junk shirts every time it’s time to finger paint.
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My mom has ran a daycare for 30 years. She uses junk shirts. She just reuses them so its not like shes constantly buying them. After theyre done painting the shirts get put back up. And she didnt have to buy them for it either. There all her and my dads old shirts. Pretty sure grandma and grandpa have old clothes or at least towels. Im just not too enthusiastic about putting a toddler into a plastic bag.
Buy them from goodwill once and either wash them later or keep them painted. Could spin it into a class project, like every time we paint all year we do it in these shirts, and then you keep them at years end or something. Buying a one dollar shirt really isn’t hard. It’s much safer than leaving a toddler in a plastic bag, much less a toddler in a classroom where the adults attention is ALWAYS diverted to other children.