I’m a lazy mom – I get my kids to do the cleaning, it cuts down my chores & keeps them entertained too
KEEP your kids busy and your house cleaner than ever.
Jessica Silvey calls herself a "lazy mom" in a video she shared on social media explaining how she keeps her house clean with the help of her children.
Silvey recommended that you head to your local thrift store and pick up a handheld vacuum.
She said that these are super affordable as they are typically priced at around $10.
"They're very lightweight," she said, making them perfect for your little ones to carry and push around the house.
"Hand them to your child and they will vacuum for hours," said Silvey.
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"You get your house cleaned and your kids entertained at the same time," she said.
Silvey said that the vacuums usually only work to collect dirt and dust on hardwood or tile, but a viewer said you can use them for more than just that.
"They work on carpet too for just day-to-day stuff," said the viewer.
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"My kids will fight each other to vacuum and I only have to run my big vacuum 1-2x a week now."
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Your children will love cleaning with this trick, as they think they're playing with a toy as opposed to doing chores.
Lucky for parents, with your little ones doing the cleaning, that means there's a whole lot less for you to do.
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