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One of the entries on Lifehacker this week, featured this Momergency Kit that is full of items a mom might need in an emergency situation. We all know that emergencies come up when we least expect them, so it is definitely a great idea and something that every mom can use. Check out their list for some ideas of things you could be carrying around.

We have a lot of emergencies that happen throughout our week. Some of my “emergencies” include an extra long wait time at the doctor’s office, a dinner out where the waitress has decided to take her break while we are waiting to order, the time where I was stuck with my kid’s at that family member’s house who doesn’t like kids and has nothing childproof in their home…those are the types of emergencies that seem to come with regularity in my day.

I have a little bag of tricks that I like to keep in my car so that we have something to do when these emergencies arise. Some of the things in my emergency kit include:

Flash cards
Coloring Books & Crayons
Snacks- Cheerios, granola bars, fruit snacks
Small toys for the baby
Empty Sippy Cup (because we are always somewhere where we need one and there are none to be found)

Do you have anything that you like to have in your bag for these little emergencies? Please help the moms out there looking for new ideas for their own bag of tricks!


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  1. 1

    change of clothes for me! I learned the hard way this week when my 1 year old son throw up all over both of us. I had to leave the appt and run to the nearest department store to buy a new shirt- then return to the appt. Not a good day. I now have a change of clothes for me AND my son with us at all times. Jakesmom

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    HAH! My car is a mess in the back seat, and filled with all kinds of goodies. Toys, packaged snacks, water, juice boxes, baby wipes for clean up, extra change of clothes and shoes, and I’m probably forgetting some things. Were it only so neat as to be all in a kit! lol I guess I need to find something to keep them all together in, some kind of organizer? :)

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