Webtastic Wednesday

There’s nothing worse than a crying baby. Wait–there’s nothing worse than a crying baby on a long car ride. You’re in a confined space with no Spongebob Squarepants or Yo Gabba Gabba! episodes in sight (assuming you don’t own a fancy-schmancy car that has a built-in television screen), so life seems to be pretty much over by that point.

What is a frustrated parent to do? Take a cue from this mom, who cleverly plays Florence + The Machine’s hit song “Dog Days are Over” to soothe her son, Embry. And he just won’t stop wiggling and dancing in his seat. Cute!

 

Will you be popping in a  dance tune anytime soon to calm your little one? Do you have a funny/adorable way to cure your kid’s crying?

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  1. by Earle Mensik

    On October 10, 2012 at 1:12 pm

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