These 33 genius parenting hacks might just make your life a little bit easier 1 month ago

These 33 genius parenting hacks might just make your life a little bit easier

The YouTube video has over 14 million views.

No one finds parenting an easy task. You're trying to keep the kids safe, clean and entertained...and it can be exhausting!

Mums, prepare to make your home life a lot easier with this popular YouTube hacks video. It's currently trending on the site at number nine with a staggering 14 million plus views since it was published on 28 October.

The video is just 17 minutes long, but covers a whole scope of categories from child-proofing your house, to creative activities to quick and easy treats you can make with your kids.

One tip for making your house safer for kids is to make a slit along a tennis ball and pop them on the corners of tables to prevent kids from bumping their heads.

Mums, these 33 parenting hacks might just make your life a little bit easier

To keep children (and their surroundings) clean, the video suggests making an apron out of a bin bag for times when they're painting or engaging in any kind of messy play and for meal times it recommends adding suctions to the base of bowls to prevent them from being pushed around the table and spilling - genius!

Mums, these 33 parenting hacks might just make your life a little bit easier

There's also a variety of suggestions to make chores seem a bit more fun, like making children a folding board out of cardboard to keep clothes neat and a clock with different coloured sections that mark out when homework, play, dinner, bath and bedtime will take place. This should give children a sense of order and routine.

Mums, these 33 parenting hacks might just make your life a little bit easier

And there's plenty more in there, mums. From fun experiments to tasty treats kids will love. Especially during mid-term this video will be a lifesaver for you.

The comment section has almost eight thousand responses with people saying which hacks they would and wouldn't want to try.

The channel, 5-minute crafts, who uploaded the video has 38 million subscribers and plenty of content to make life a bit easier.