Make A Child-Friendly Hammock With A Bed Sheet And A Table

Make A Child-Friendly Hammock With A Bed Sheet And A Table
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Kids can find joy in the mundane, be it a cardboard box turned into a fort or a generic item from around the house imbued with possibility through imagination. When all that energy dissipates and it’s time for a nap, you can make that more fun too with a home-made hammock.

As pictured above, you just need a large bed sheet that you can tie around the top of a table. This provides a place to sleep for a small child that’s a bit more fun than heading off to their room and into their bed. Obviously you don’t want to do this with a bigger/heavier kid, as the sheet can only hold so much weight. Make sure you test it for safety and don’t tie the hammock too high off the ground.

For more fun parenting hacks, including some ridiculously funny (although not necessarily practical) ones, check out the full list over at Bored Panda.

How to Make a Woven Wrap Hammock [Joyful Abode via Bored Panda via Swissmiss]


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