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Parents Use A Tissue To Put A Fussy Baby To Sleep
I had no idea that something like this could work so well
D.G. Sciortino
05.03.17

Some parents of newborns will go to great lengths to get their fussy babies to sleep because when the baby sleeps, they get to sleep. When sleep is on the line, parents can get so desperate that they’ll even get into their cars at 3 a.m. hoping that a car ride will soothe their babies to sleep.

If parents knew how easy this trick is, they’d be kicking themselves right now. Nathan Dailo of Sydney, Australia, and his wife have discovered the secret to getting your baby to fall asleep. Not only does their method get babies to fall asleep efficiently, but it works in under 60 seconds using only a tissue!

“I’m sure every parent tries new things to put their little one to sleep,” Nathan wrote online, according to Newsflare. “Watch as my wife and I put our 3-month-old baby boy, Seth, to sleep in under a minute using nothing but a piece of tissue paper.”

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The video of “trick” shows their 3-month old baby Seth who is a little bit fussy and wide awake. They start gently brush a tissue over the baby’s face, like so.

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As they continually brush the tissue over his face, the baby’s eyes start to droop.

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The poor little guy tries to fight off his inevitable nap, but he is defenseless against the tissue’s power. And… he’s… down.

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It’s nighty night for this baby and all it took was 60 seconds and a tissue. This trick is a parent’s dream come true.

Share this with any parents you know! They’ll thank you later!

By D.G. Sciortino
hi@sbly.com
Dina is a contributing writer in Shareably. She's based in Connecticut and can be reached at hi@shareably.net.
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