Hilarious clip uncovers what a 2-year-old boy REALLY does at bedtime (VIDEO)
Every parent knows that getting a toddler to go to sleep at bedtime is not easy ... especially when they're as mischievous as the 2-year-old boy in the hilarious video below. Mom Joann Moser uploaded the clip this Sunday after catching her young son breaking into his older sister's room at night to take her stuff! And trust me, the footage she captured will definitely have you laughing out loud.
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Apparently, the boy's bedtime misdeeds first came to light after Moser's 8-year-old daughter told her parents that he was sneaking into her room at night and taking her stuff. They told her to lock the door, but a few nights later, she came back to them and told them her little brother had actually managed to open the door anyway. Moser and her husband were understandably skeptical and decided it was time to figure out the truth.
They set up a camera in the hall and to their surprise, their daughter was right! As can be seen in the hysterical video, just minutes after supposedly going to bed, the little boy sneaks out of his room and uses a pair of fingernail clippers to break open the lock on his sister's room. Oh my god, can you believe that?! He's like a little evil mastermind!
After disappearing into his sibling's room for a minute or so, the boy is then seen walking out, holding his sister's pillow pet--which is apparently what caused him to go through all the trouble in the first place! Upon seeing the video, Moser says her and husband "could not stop laughing" and decided to cut the kid a break for all of his efforts. "We let him sleep with the pillow pet that night," she told the Huffington Post.
Haha! I don't blame them for having a great sense of humor about the whole thing. I mean, who would ever think a 2-year-old boy is capable of such a plot? It's seriously one of the most hilarious things I've ever seen, particularly with the suspenseful music added to the background.
Watch it for yourself here:
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Have you ever caught your kids getting up after bedtime?