‘I almost choked on my tea when he told me’: Father discovers a VERY unusual way to get his baby to sleep – leaving his wife rather embarrassed
- Mother-of-four Laura Bentley shared a hilarious picture to her social media
- It showcases her husband’s ingenious way of putting their daughter Lucie to bed
- He used a female vibrator to lull Lucie Jean into a comfortable sleep
- Laura admitted she almost ‘choked on her tea when he told her’ about it
Parents have varied approaches when it comes to settling their newborn baby down for a midday nap.
One of the most common is manually rocking the crib back and forth to lull your stirring child into sleep – but this can be physically taxing.
So a clever dad from the Gold Coast has found a simple solution – something his wife of four years, Laura Bentley, is calling a ‘non-conventional sleep aid’.
That’s one way to do it! Laura Bentley’s husband used her sex toy to help their daughter Lucie fall asleep (pictured)
On Monday he decided to slip his wife’s vibrator into his daughter Lucie’s cot before taking a photo to share with her later on.
‘I almost choked on my tea when he told me,’ she wrote on Instagram.
Talking to Kidspot the mother-of-four said it worked surprisingly well and she slept for a few hours at a time with it beside her.
She even managed to self soothe herself back to sleep after waking up.
The toy’s batteries are yet to run out and since it ‘isn’t being used for anything else’ at the moment it makes sense to keep up the hilarious sleeping trick.
On Monday he decided to slip his wife’s vibrator into the cot before taking a photo to share with her later on (the couple pictured together)
Laura, who is also a mum to 10-year-old Will, four-year-old Indie and two-year-old Zahli, jokingly apologised to her father for sharing the image online – which has since gone viral.
And for good reason too – with some of her 10,000 Instagram fans praising the hack.
‘This is the BEST thing I’ve seen in ages, I wish I’d thought of it with my two non-day sleeping babies,’ one person wrote.
‘Two for the price of one,’ another added.