A MUM has been labelled a "genius" after sharing a brilliant hack to prevent toddlers from throwing cups out of their prams.
Kiersten Brooke took to Instagram to share one of her "favourite toddler hacks", but admitted that it was one of her toddler's least favourites!
"Mom hack – how to keep your child from throwing their drink in the stroller," Kiersten began her Reel.
"Grab a hair tie and loop it onto one of the loose straps on the stroller.
"Then loop the hair tie into itself and pull tight."
Once that's done, you can use the main part of the band to stretch over the cup.
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"And there you have it," she said.
She was quickly praised by other frustrated parents in the comments section, with one writing: "Omg genius!"
"Trying this tomorrow," another added.
"So simple and effective. Thanks!" a third commented.
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"Wish I had this when my kiddies were small lol," someone else wrote.
"I’m not a mom but I think this is a great idea. Good for some adults too! Thanks," another comment read.
"Now how do you get them to stop throwing everything?" another question read.
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While someone else answered: "I know it's annoying when kids are doing this but it's completely normal for them to throw things on the floor bc that's their way of discovering the world.
"They are actually fascinated by the stuff falling straight down."
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