Triplets Constantly Fight Over Food. Fed-Up Dad’s Solution Is Totally Genius.

Peace and quiet. It can feel like a unicorn for parents of a young child – a mythical creature that does not exist. With one child, achieving this level is hard, but three of them… all the same age? It’s about the same level as a flying pig. Now, to make this next to impossible, have these three children all be about a year old and insist on bothering each other over food. Well, one father beat the odds and figured out a way to do it.

Jake White and his wife Jen are parents to adorable triplets: Xavier, Stella, and Jude. Their babies are adorable, especially when they are wearing their food on their face. The problem is, that they fight amongst each other while eating. One wants what the other is eating and so on. It makes mealtime a very noisy affair. Jake and Jen reach the end of their rope and decide that something has to be done about this.

Jake puts his degree in fine arts and sculpture to use. He builds two partitions and puts them on either side of the middle seat in the back. It’s like horse blinders for these triplets. What they can’t see won’t bother them. Now each of them can eat in peace and quiet without the others bothering him or her. Best of all, now Jake can drive and probably not have to threaten to stop the car and turn It around every three seconds.

I love things like this. It’s a peaceful solution and it keeps everything from constantly devolving into screaming and yelling all the time – and that’s just the parents telling the kids to stop fighting. It doesn’t hurt the kids and the parents can always check on them from the front seat of the car. Of course, this works best if you have two or three children. It would look weird if you did it to an only child…

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