When your baby is not a baby anymore and when you think it’s about time you got rid of the tons of stuff your baby has accumulated over the years, look at them with fresh eyes!
Now that they served your baby well, maybe they can be useful in other ways.
Here are a couple of ways you can re-purpose your baby’s old stuff.
1. Keep at least one of baby’s old feeding bottles and use it as a liquid measuring cup. Keep this in mind: 8 ounces = 240 ml = 1 cup.
2. Organize your jewelry using baby’s old segmented plate.
3. Don’t throw out the plastic measuring spoons that come with infant formula. You can use then as scoopers for coffee, sugar, creamer, etc.
4. The same goes for baby’s little spoons and forks: use them as serving spoons for condiments, sauces or jams.
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Irene is a crafter, DIY-er and a blogger. She does most of her crafts and projects between her private practice as an orthodontist and dentistry professor. She is also a wife, a mom and a self confessed Martha Stewart wannabe. Get to know more about her on her blog, homeeconanay.blogspot.com