May 14, 2022
I’m a parenting expert – three essential tips to make your life way easier & get you out of the front door quickly
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BUSY parents can use all the help they can get.
Luckily, Kallie Branciforte, mother-of-two, has posted a video sharing her three essential tips that can help make parenting a little easier.4One mother-of-two shared her tips that make parenting a little easierCredit: TikTok/kallie_branciforte 4She said to store socks by the door so you always have them handy on your way out the doorCredit: TikTok/kallie_branciforte STORE SOCKS BY THE DOOR
Branciforte's first parenting tip is to store children's socks by the front door rather than in their bedroom dresser.
"This way when it is time to put on shoes on your way out the door, you don't have to run around the house finding socks," she said.FILE FOLD CLOTHING
The mother-of-two then suggested parents file fold their child's clothing.
"It makes it so much easier to see, store, and organize smaller clothing this way," she said.READ MORE ON PARENTING TIPSMAKING CHOICES I’m a parenting expert - three reasons not to tell kids to clear their plateTOP TIPS I’m a parenting coach - here’s the 3 signs your baby is ready to be weaned
As a bonus, she said when your kids are old enough to dress themselves, they will easily be able to find their favorite pieces.USE COHESIVE CONTAINERS
The mama's third tip was to store toys in cohesive containers.
She said to take the toys out of their original box and store them in the containers instead.
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"You and your child can easily see what they want at a quick glance."
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Many parents loved Branciforte's ideas, saying: "Love these" and "I do #1 and #3 and they make my life so much easier!"
"I will try #2 soon!"4File folding makes it easier to see, store, and organize clothingCredit: TikTok/kallie_branciforte 4Move toys from their original boxing to a cohesive containerCredit: TikTok/kallie_branciforte We pay for your stories!
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Underage Va. drinkers get ahold of booze easier through to-go orders
Getting a cold beer or margarita with a delivery order in Virginia is just a few taps away on delivery apps under a pandemic-era law, but a new report shows it’s also easier for underage drinkers to get ahold of booze that way.
Virginia ABC agents conducted an operation in which they placed 70 delivery orders — which included alcoholic beverages — at restaurants through third-party delivery apps.
They also used IDs that were underage.
And of those 70 orders, 52 were accepted and complete with an underage ID.
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Thirty-two of the orders went off without a hitch to the underage buyer. Most of the time, ID wasn’t requested, but nine times the delivery driver looked at the underage ID and then gave it to them anyway.
The report added, “Four delivered cocktails with no food, two delivered more than four cocktails in violation of statutory limitations, two did not have secure lids, one delivered shots of liquor, which is not allowed, but provided a bowl of chili to attempt compliance with the food requirement.”
Those are all violations of the to-go cocktail law.
The report came from a group tasked with studying whether the law should be permanent. They suggest stricter age verification for restaurants and third-party delivery apps.
Virginia extended the to-go cocktail policy until July 1, 2024.