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Dad Wears Mask Of Wife's Face And Her Pyjamas To Stop Their Baby Crying

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Dad Wears Mask Of Wife's Face And Her Pyjamas To Stop Their Baby Crying

When this dad realised his child wasn't a huge fan of being looked after by him alone, he decided to take matters into his own hands.

The bloke just wanted to play games on his phone and decided to put on his wife's pyjamas and wear a mask of her face in a bid to stop their baby from crying.

The man put on his wife's pyjamas. Credit: Weibo
The man put on his wife's pyjamas. Credit: Weibo
The man wore the mask on the side of his face so he could play on his phone. Credit: Weibo
The man wore the mask on the side of his face so he could play on his phone. Credit: Weibo
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This was all to try and trick the child into believing it was lying next to its mother - the man's wife - and it seemed to have worked.

In another picture, the man can be seen using a home-made 'rocking chair' - who knew so many methods can be used to play on your tablet. Welcome to 2019, people.

The baby was placed into a basket and both ends were attached to furniture using ropes. The man then pulls one of the ropes with his feet.

All this effort to play games... Credit: Weibo
All this effort to play games... Credit: Weibo
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A third picture shows the man, you guessed it - still playing on his device - with a weighted glove placed on the baby's back to make the child feel like it's being comforted.

The lengths this man went to are pretty impressive. Credit: Weibo
The lengths this man went to are pretty impressive. Credit: Weibo
This picture shows a weighted glove on the baby. Credit: Weibo
This picture shows a weighted glove on the baby. Credit: Weibo

It's becoming more obvious, these bloke's aren't as daft as they might initially seem. One dad LAD found his partner's vibrating sex toy and decided to use it to settle their baby.

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Aussie mum-of-four Laura Bentley said she 'choked on her tea' after stumbling on her husband's unconventional parenting hack, which involved leaving the pink plastic sex toy in 10-week-old Lucie's bassinet so that it would continuously vibrate.

Laura, 33, who hails from the Gold Coast, Queensland, said she had been flooded with messages from other sleep-deprived parents eager to try the strange but effective trick for themselves.

Baby Lucie with her unconventional sleeping aid. Credit: StoryTrender
Baby Lucie with her unconventional sleeping aid. Credit: StoryTrender

Also mum to Will, 10, Indie, four, and two-year-old Zahli, Laura said: "Lucie is baby number four so we are used to it by now, but she does not do very well at day sleeps.

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"We've found to put her down, we have to literally stand behind her rocking the bassinet to replicate the movement of the car.

"On Monday, I was at the gym and Brad got done with spending 20 minutes rocking the bassinet, so he decided to force the process and thought, 'What can I use to make the vibrations?'

"He had to go digging for it, I had no idea where it was because we've just had a baby! I came home, and he just said, 'I used the vibrator to get the baby to sleep.'

"The thing is, it sent her to sleep straight away! It's amazing and works so well. It's now more inconspicuously hidden in the bassinet, but we're still using it."

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Whatever works, right?

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Topics: News, Weird, China

Rebecca Shepherd
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