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Mom Figures Out Hilarious Way To Creep Out Of Sleeping Child’s Room [VIDEO]

Oh, how this brings back memories. If you’re a parent you went through this, or something similar.

You could spend an hour pretend sleeping, just waiting for your lil precious tax deduction to fall asleep, so you can spend the rest of what’s left of your night feeling like a free adult.

The child has finally fallen asleep. You slowly, OMG sooooo slowly, start to inch your way out of the room. After 10 minutes you’ve finally made it to the door. You’ve been quiet the whole time. You took your time, because that’s the only way this thing works. You got this.

As you’re slowly closing the door you are SO looking forward to a beer as a celebration of getting out of that room…. “WAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!”  F##K! GO#DAM##T! MOTHER F##KER!

(H/T: The Sun)

The family’s Nanny Cam caught the funny moment on tape.

GETTING your children to sleep at night is no easy feat.

You can spend hours rocking them, singing to them or even taking them out for a drive to help them drop off.

A sneaky mum dropped to the floor and slithered out of her son's room on her back to stop him waking up

A sneaky mum dropped to the floor and slithered out of her son’s room on her back to stop him waking up

But even after all that hard work it can go wrong when you put them into their cot and accidentally wake them up on your way out of their room when they notice you’ve gone.

Well, one mum has a genius way of dealing with bedtime problems and her husband caught it all on their Nanny Cam.

A video shared on Facebook of a mum's stealth technique of leaving her son's bedroom has gone viral

A video shared on Facebook of a mum’s stealth technique of leaving her son’s bedroom has gone viral

The black and white video that has been shared over 82,000 times shows a South African mum dropping to the floor and slowly slithering out of her son’s room on her back.

Eventually, the mum gets out of the room without waking up her sleeping son.

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/tyrone.morris.56/videos/10153989423170146/

The 45-second clip has been a hit on Facebook, with people applauding the innovative way the mum has used to make bed time that little bit easier.

Tyrone Morris, from South Africa, posted the footage to his Facebook page and said:

“The best thing about having cameras in your house is watching your wife trying to exit the room after putting your son down!”

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