No More Backseat Fights! Genius Dad Comes Up With A Hilarious Fix To End Kids' Backseat Bickering

If you think that carrying out your domestic tasts with one baby in a tow is tough, try being on-the-go with three kids at once! Jake White, a dad of triplets from Ohio, in the USA,  knows what's being a stay-at-home full-time dad is like. He knows that life with triplets is definitely no joke.

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Well, especially when it comes to taking the little ones along to pretty much every place you have to go to!

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Every dad and mom enjoys having an effective parenting hack, but one could argue that parents of two or more kids need more lifehacks than the rest of us. Jack White has been working on a one-to-three ratio since his precious daughter and two sons were born.

When the kids became inventive enough to start fighting in the backseat of his car, Jack understood that it couldn't happen any longer.

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Some background in sculpture and fine arts helped this stay-at-home dad come up with a unique fix to solve many problems that came the family's way. 

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So after Jack's kids, Xavier, Jude, and Stella, couldn't stop fighting over snacks, Jack found an easy fix to end the bickering before it even started. 

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Jack partitioned the back seats with large pieces of foam core, which separated the three 2-year-old kids from each other. The dad simply put dividing walls in-between the car seats, and the problem of his triplets' never-ending noisy screaming was finally solved. 

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To celebrate the long-awaited silence on the way to and from the supermarket, the full-time dad posted a photo of this unusual lifehack on his Facebook page.

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Sure enough, Jake's lifehack drew some attention on the social media website. Some users called his lifehack 'genius', while others said it was just 'hilarious.' Despite some negative comments, Jake said it was a simple and pretty logical fix. 

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When one comment raised the issue that 'they all look annoyed', Jake responded: 'I can't hear annoyed.' That is probably our favorite moment from this incredible dad!

Though people's reactions were different, this 'triplet hack' became a sensation on the Internet, making thousands of people laugh and applaud Jack. 

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There's no doubt that practical problem-solving skills help Jack and his wife make more time for their day-to-day family responsibilities, but they also provide opportunities for learning, and laughing! Good for you, Jake!

Source: PopSugar

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