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How to Put Sunscreen on a Toddler

Mom's Viral Hack For Applying Sunscreen on a Toddler Is So Damn Brilliant

How to Put Sunscreen on a Toddler

Applying sunscreen on a toddler can feel like an Olympic sport, one that requires endless patience, lots of chasing and results in more sunscreen on their clothing than their skin. Simply put, it's a universal parenting struggle. When Reddit user perplexing123 shared her hack for successfully applying sunscreen to her wriggly toddler, parents in the thread declared her a true genius. Her solution, it turns out, is the type that seems totally obvious once you've thought about it. So, how do you get toddlers to hold still long enough to adequately apply sunscreen? You strap them into something, of course!

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