Looking for a little bathroom order? Need a little help for the kids to keep their bathroom in order? How about help to get them ready for the day without searching high and low for the bare essentials to get ready? Here is a DIY Bathroom Caddy that will do just that!
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I am just amazed at the funny way genes work. My grandmother always said: ” Al que madruga, Dios lo ayuda” – roughly that translates into: “the early bird gets the worm. Well, the kids are early, early risers. Even now during the summer, they are up bursting with energy and ready to set out on adventure. But getting ready and out the door is a slow process. I am all for them to have their fun sooner rather than later. To help them complete their morning routines and be on their way, I made this DIY Bathroom Caddy To Help Get The Kids Ready For The Day, every day.
DIY Bathroom Caddy To Help Get The Kids Ready For The Day
Despite the kids being early risers and so eager to be on their way, I had to ask, day after day, did your brush your dientes – teeth? Don’t’ forget to brush your pelo – hair and, did you take your vitamins? Unfortunately, the answer is always: no. Which stretched to a complete halt their rhythm. The answer to set them into a morning routine that helps them easily check off those three questions? The DIY Bathroom Caddy To Help Get The Kids Ready For The Day, which is inspired by Zarbee’s Multivitamins. Why? Because the kids love taking their Zarbees, so I figured I could get them into a routine giving them something positive to look forward to as they do it.
Our Easy DIY Bathroom Caddy
- 3 plastic cups
- Spray paint
- 1 wooden rectangle. Mine is 20 cms long
- Glue gun
- Framed art
- Decorative items for cups
- Clean your plastic cups and spray paint them. Let them set to dry.
- Once the cups are dry, get your wooden piece and estimate where you want to place each cup.
- Use the glue gun to affix the cups to the wood.
You can consider the project done at this point or decorate them with stickers, glitter or anything else of your choosing. If you stop here, to install the caddy, just hammer a couple of nails to the wall and lay the wood over the nails.
We didn’t stop here, so:
4.I found a great bathroom piece and used as my “framed art” item and used the glue gun to mount the caddy from step 3 on it. Then the kids got to decorate the painted cups, and the final step was hanging the caddy up in a very visible wall where
Then the kids got to decorate the painted cups, and the final step was hanging the caddy up in a very visible wall where there is no risk of forgetting to use it!
The Caddy Super Factor
The boys love their caddy and call it the “Super Nacho, Pepe and Juan” caddy. Super Nacho? Well, they have been watching some Mexican wresting – lucha libre where the participants wear elaborate masks :-). Pepe and Juan were just the perfect names for those staches!
I love how this DIY Bathroom caddy was precisely the thing to make our mornings more efficient!
What tricks do you have to make sure your kids complete their morning routines?