- Twitter user @Snoble19 shocked Mzansi with her unique parenting style by motivating her son to clean his room
- The genius mom decided to write a letter as the mystical 'Tooth Fairy' in order to get her little boy to clean his room
- It apparently worked and South Africans have rushed to her replies section to compliment her for the ingenious mom hack
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@Snoble19 on Twitter revolutionised the parenting game with a clever plot to get her son Elijah to clean his room.
The post showed @Snoble19 presenting a handwritten note to Elijah from the magical 'Tooth Fairy'. After reading the note, Elijah quickly rushed to his room to clean up his toys so that the fairy would not get hurt again.
Mzansi gathered in the comments section to compliment not only the parenting style of @Snoble19 but also the handwriting of the 'Tooth Fairy'.
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The tweet has gained over 3 500 likes in 24 hours. Take a look at the post below:
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Read some of the responses left by Saffas below:
"Yes. Parenting requires creativity."
"Can I steal this?"
"Stealing this for my nephew but can we just pause and appreciate the absolute perfection of this handwriting please. I am actually secretly also keeping it to awkwardly stare at it but don't tell anyone please."
"Got anything for teens and their phones?! Asking for a friend..."
"What level of parenting genius have you unlocked here?!"
"You win the parenting award of the year hands down and we shall be stealing away."
"This is so great": Proud parents praise their daughter who is living her dream in the big city
In other parenting news, Briefly News previously reported that a young lady took to Twitter to share a heartwarming story of her parents and how proud they are of her achievements in the city of Johannesburg.
She goes by the Twitter handle, @__Ayabulela, and captioned her post:
"My parents are in the city and visiting me for the first time since I’ve moved here. My mom cannot stop complimenting me and my dad keeps saying how proud he is of me and keeps giving me random hugs. Should I cry now or later?"
She also revealed that this year has been a rough one for both her parents - her mom got sick and her dad suffered a heart attack. But she's more than thankful that they are still both with her and even get to see her living a good life in the big city.