Dad Shares A Social Media Post On How He Takes Care Of His 5 Kids

Date October 17, 2017 15:02

If one wants to create a stable home atmosphere, he/she should share the responsibilities. This way, everything works like a well-oiled machine, and it all goes smoothly. However, sometimes, bad things happen.

This dad soon figured out that when his wife is not around, getting his five kids ready for school is a challenge like none he had ever experienced. Thankfully, he chose to accurately narrate his experience, and we are happy to read his thoughts on this matter.

Mum blogger, Amy Betters-Midtvedt, shared a hilarious post by her husband, Todd, who had to care of their five kids when she went on a trip for a couple of days. Even though Amy considered herself a pretty good writer, seeing how Todd described his experience actually left her impressed. She reposted her husband's story on her Facebook page, HidingInTheClosetWithCoffee.

Todd started out by narrating how difficult it was to get up early and ask the kids to do the same. He then went on to talk about how he had to do many different things before eventually dropping them off at school (which he had to do because the morning was so chaotic that they missed the school bus).

His hilarious story really puts a smile on people's faces. Not only do they find his perspective really funny, they also appreciate his ability to properly handle everything.

Similar stories are really funny. We can say that fathers have a certain sense of adventure that usually turns into the creation of a pretty mind-blowing experience for the kids.

For instance, a few months ago, a Californian dad, Sholom Ber Solomon, went viral for creating themed photos of himself and his then 9-month-old kid. These pictures left us feeling good, mostly because we know just how important father-child bonding can be.

A post shared by Sholom Ber Solomon (@sbsolly) on

According to, one great tip for spending the day alone with your kids is to understand what needs to be done and be ready to face all possible problems.

One more advice is to simply go with the flow. You will get to know the kids a little better and have a memory that you will cherish forever.

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