Mom says to twin boys “Go to bed” and they actually do
Moms and dads spend most days having innocent battles with their kids.
Part of the job means making sure they eat their greens, cleaning their rooms, and generally just being well behaved. Good luck.
But imagine what it’d be like if they did all those ‘non-fun’ activities without complaint.
Like, you ask them once and they actually do it.
These parents had their dreams come true when their twin toddlers put themselves to bed.
No really, they actually do it right when they’re told, without putting up a fight.
It’s something you have to see to believe.
It’s only when you’re an adult that you look forward to bedtime.
Because for a kid that’s having too much fun, it’s the last thing they want to do.
A mom named Kristine made an amazing discovery about her one-and-a-half-year-old twins, Zac and Chris.
They really enjoyed going to bed! All she had to do was say, “go to bed,” and they went to bed.
One night, Kristine hit the record button and filmed their routine so she could share it with family.
Zac and Chris are sitting in the hallway dressed in their pajamas holding their sippy cups.
Mom simply tells them, “Go to bed. Go to bed, hurry!”
Without putting up a fight, the toddlers take off like lighting towards their room.
They toss their cups into their cribs and start climbing in. Cute huh?
And it’s not like she had to teach them!
“I took this video for family who lives far away, so they could see how the kids were growing and becoming pretty athletic at a young age.
We never taught them to do this. One day I told the Zac & Chris, identical twin brothers, to go to bed and they did it!
They just ran to bed and hopped in! I was shocked, and now they do it on a regular basis.
This is their favorite part of the day, when they get to parkour themselves into their beds together and see who makes it in first.”
The majority of kids like climbing, so it makes sense that the boys enjoyed scurrying up and throwing themselves into their cribs.
Each brother has his own blankie and sippy cup, and that’s all they need. Zac even tries to help zip his own tent up!
After a minute of getting all settled, they eventually say “night-night.”
Such good little guys!
Kristine decided to address viewers’ questions too.
She wrote on YouTube:
“The crib tents are to keep the babies safe if they wake up while we are sleeping, because they tend to silently climb out and try to play in places that could be dangerous for them, and they help to keep bugs out of the cribs, just in case.
They are also fire retardant, just in case anyone was worried :). and yes…we brush their teeth after they fall asleep–a fabulous recommendation by our dentist!”
Parenting can be stressful, so it’s nice to have some things that are a breeze and you can check off the list.
For Kristine and her husband – bedtime, done. Double the trouble? Nope.
Watch the video below to see the twin boys in action!
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