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10 Inventions Moms Need

By Alli Worthington |

Have you ever thought to yourself, why doesn’t anyone invent what I REALLY need? Well, now we have … virtually, at least. These fictitious mother must-haves should be the gold standard for inventors everywhere. Looking for more? I asked my Facebook friends for their dream invention ideas, and we’ve got some thoughts for you.

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Ten Inventions Moms Need

Flush Monitor

This sanity-saver doesn't allow any more paper until you flush.

If you could have any mother’s helper invention created, what would you ask for? Tell us in the comments!

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About Alli Worthington


Alli Worthington

Alli Worthington is a digital strategist, business coach, speaker and author. Alli Worthington is also a wife, mother to five boys and one stepdaughter, as well as the founder of the online women's magazine Blissfully Domestic and the founder of the BlissDom conference. Read bio and latest posts → Read Alli's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “10 Inventions Moms Need

  1. Malia says:

    There was a Twilight Zone episode *years* ago (ahem) about a women who could stop time. It was during the early 80s, fear of nuclear war times and at the end of the show, the whole city is freaking out because there’s a bomb heading their way and the woman freezes time, goes outside looks up and sees the bomb in the air, leaving her with the dire choice of living out the rest of her life in a frozen, panicked world or unfreezing time again and bringing an end to her life and the lives her family and neighbors. Haunts. Me. To. This. Day.

    I’ll take the flush monitor…thanks. ;-)

  2. Tiffany says:

    the mind reader app

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