Busted! Baby monitor catches four-year-old girl helping her toddler sister break out of her crib so the two of them can go and play
- Justice, four, helps her sister Journey, two, break out of her crib to play together
- The girls seem to have planned the escape carefully as they use chair to climb on
- Their father had installed baby monitor in their room to capture their adventures
This is the hilarious moment two sisters show real teamwork as one of them helps the other break out of her crib so that they can play together.
Crafty sibling Justice, four, is seen climbing on a children’s chair to let her two-year-old sister Journey clamber out of her cot.
Justice stands on the seat and helps pull Journey’s leg over the rail before holding the chair still so she can climb down.
Justice, four, pulls a children’s chair over to the cot to help two-year-old Journey climb down
Their parents had a baby monitor installed in their room at home in Manteca, California, to capture the girls’ high jinks.
The video was shared by the girls’ father, Isaiah Saldivar.
A Facebook user wrote: ‘I hope they will be each others’ best friend all of their lives.’ Another commented: ‘Never underestimate children!’
A third person replied: ‘It looks like she’s breaking her out of jail! Too funny!’
Justice pushes the seat against the crib (left) then climbs up and helps pull her sibling’s leg over the rail (right)
Journey uses the chair to climb down from her bed safely while Justice holds it still
The girls’ tremendous teamwork was captured on a baby monitor installed by their father
The girls seem to have prepared a proper escape plan as Justice puts an armchair in front of her sister’s crib to help her get out of it safely.
As Journey puts one of her legs on the armchair, her sister says: ‘That’s it, that’s it.’
‘I got you, I got you,’ she adds before the pair runs out of the bedroom.
Justice helps her sister by keeping the armchair still and they both look very happy as soon as Journey manages to get down.