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    My youngest child re-injured his previously dislocated knee cap a couple of days ago attempting to do 6 backflips in a row on a trampoline! “Mother Of The Year” here forgot to have him wear his knee brace for his “Big Air” tumbling class. (A professional snowboarder comes in and teaches the boys how...
    October 2, 2011
    Jillee

    SHAPEABLE ice packs. 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water. Gets really cold, but won't freeze solid.

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    • Jennifer Bowen

      Homemade icepack - "I tell all my patients this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!"

    • Alexandria Rivera

      DIY Icepack - Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!

    • Beth Swan

      Make Your Own Shapeable Ice Pack | One Good Thing by Jillee Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. You can use vodka instead. Try adding food coloring for color choice.

    • Lisa Knight

      Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. Every mom should pin this! Can even add food coloring to make it look more "cool".

    • Casey Doris

      Homemade Shapeable Ice pack ~ 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. (could add any food color you want)

    • Sabina Seguin Caballero

      Keeping some of these on hand! ... Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it (or add food coloring)

    • Denise Sivo

      SHAPEABLE ice packs. 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water. Gets really cold, but won't freeze solid. Add blue food coloring to be safe.

    • Wendy P

      Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it.You should see the post for more ideas! I bet to make a lil more fun for kids you could add a cple drops of food coloring!

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