Mum shares clever hack to stop children dropping their ice lollies!
Stop your children from shedding tears over a dropped ice lolly by effectively adding an extra handle to the stick meaning there's more grip.
By attaching a sandwich bag clip to the ice lolly stick, it creates added grip for you child to hold on to and hopefully prevent any ice lolly accidents.The parenting hack was shared on Facebook and received hundreds of comments branding the trick "genius".
Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK's daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.The mum shared an image of a colourful ice lolly, but instead of just the wooden stick she had attached the clip on in the middle and held on to the side.
She wrote in the post: "For all those with children who are at an age where holding an ice lolly stick is difficult. Use a sandwich bag clip on the stick...."Allows them to grip with both hands. Prevents tears from dropped lollys[sic]."
Hundreds of members of the Facebook group took to the comments to praise the simple idea, with one even saying they would use it themselves because they suffered from Xylophobia, which means an irrational fear of wooden objects.One person said: "Genius!! I hate the feel of a lolly stick, I have to cover it with the wrapper!"
"That’s a fab idea, I’ll be doing this from now on with my daughter who’s 4, she actually had an ice burn from holding a twister lolly when she was 2, they have really short sticks and her finger must have gone numb and she didn’t feel the damage it was doing and tbh I didn’t notice until she’d finished eating it... took her to docs and no damage long term done but I’m always wary now when she has ice lollies," shared another mum.
Another added: "That's good! Suppose you could a peg if you don't have a clip."More parents also took to the comments with their own suggestions for catching any extra drips as the lolly melted, as one person said: "I use to cut a bit of the box out an push the lolly stick through it." [sic]
"I also put a cup cake case on the stick to collect some of the dripping," said one."I fold up a piece of kitchen roll and wrap around the stick, makes easy to hold and also catches any drips," added another.Read More Cleaning hacks The hack comes after one Mrs Hinch fan shared a clever way to banish flies from the house by hanging a bag of water filled with coins.
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