VIDEO: How to put a baby to sleep in less than one minute

 
VIDEO: How to put a baby to sleep in less than one minute
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In this video Australian Nathan Dailo shows how he gets his son Seth to fall asleep in just 42 seconds.

Dailo have found a very special and perhaps ingenious way to get the three months old boy to fall asleep fast.

After he posted the video on YouTube on March 23, the clip have been seen 1,700,000 times.

In the video, the Australian and his wife are using only a small piece of paper which they slowly stroke over Seth's face.

As soon baby calms down, he is stroking the paper a little faster - and it do not take long before the boy is asleep.

"Im sure every parent tries new things to put their little one to sleep. 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. What's the weirdest method you've used to put your little one to sleep?" Nathan writes below the video.

Should we believe the many comments on YouTube, the trick is working excellent.

- This has worked five times on my baby, so thank you, a woman writes.

- Where were you 20 years ago when my son was little, says another.

A woman with no plans to hide her excitement writes:

- AMAZING !!!!!!!!!!! #babynaps #memestimes #dreamland #Babytricks #Sleeptraining




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