TikTok Video Shows Dad Waking Baby From Sleep, Claims to Be Teaching Her a Lesson for Staying Up Late

TikTok Video Shows Dad Waking Baby From Sleep, Claims to Be Teaching Her a Lesson for Staying Up Late

  • A video of a father tugging his daughter on the bed to wake up has got many commenting on the funny situation
  • The man, who asked the child to wake up for work, said the baby slept in after disturbing them at midnight
  • The kid's mother told the man to be gentle with the kid as she kept smiling hard at the hilarious situation

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A TikTok video of a father and his kid on the bed has stirred massive reactions as the father hurriedly woke the baby.

In a caption of the clip shared by @angel_mrs.boss, it was revealed that the kid stayed up late at night, and this affected the parents' sleep.

Baby and father/little girl slept in.
The father shook the baby and said it's time for work. Photo source: @angel_mrs.boss
Source: TikTok

Daddy wakes his cute baby

The baby slept in and did not even shake till 11 am. She woke up with a frown mixed with a smile when her father tugged her.

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People said the father had better be ready for another round of disturbance at night with the rude way he woke the kid up.

Watch the video below:

At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 400 comments with more than 100,000 likes.

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

@MrClint:100 said:

"She gave that 'Im ready to move out already cuz yall doing too much' look."

@Rashawnda Warren said:

"Sis smiling like yea I’m finna quit."

@Gumbz264 said:

"She laughing cause he in trouble tonight."

@StillRetro said:

"Baby smiling 'like he just don’t know im already on indeed'."

@theresacozart173 said:

"She’s tired but she woke up smiling anyway, bless her heart."

@user3897113499599 said:

"That’s right baby. Go to mama. Dads play too much, don’t they?"

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@Mississippi stylist said:

"At least she’s smiling most babies will start crying."

@Mariah said:

"I would’ve cried if I got woke up she so beautiful."

@mrsrob said:

"She was laughing like she knew it was her payback."

@Thaddeus Hoffman said:

"Dont be so rough!! lol, mama's never change...We be like, they'll live!"

Another father waks his child up

Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a father's mischief towards his newborn stirred thousands of reactions on social media as he interrupted his daughter's sleep.

At the start of the video he shared on TikTok, his baby was suckling on her thumb as she slipped into sleep.

Not wanting her to enjoy the comfort, the father shouted for her to wake up. He revealed that the girl had been crying all morning and now wanted to sleep.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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Kelly Lippke (Senior Editor) Kelly Lippke is a copy editor/proofreader who started her career at the Northern-Natal Courier with a BA in Communication Science/Psychology (Unisa, 2007). Kelly has worked for several Caxton publications, including the Highway Mail and Northglen News. Kelly’s unique editing perspective stems from an additional major in Linguistics. Kelly joined Briefly News in 2018 and she has 14 years of experience. Kelly has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at kelly.lippke@briefly.co.za.

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