The Reality Of Having Triplets Turns Into A Real ‘Nightmare’ For This Dad

Caters_NewsPublished: April 10, 20173,505 views
Published: April 10, 2017

When someone is pregnant with triplets, they definitely should buy the book "What to Expect When You’re Expecting". There is a tiny section at the end of the book that discusses multiple births. That’s when you need to savor each page of this section, to read it again and again, just to make sure you don’t miss anything, because what’s waiting for you after they are brought to life might scare you.

When people find out that someone has triplets, besides wanting to know how they handle them on a daily basis, they want to know what it’s like to have triplets. Well, usually it’s exactly how you think it would be… crazy! Imagine having three of your kid. But the problem is that most people can’t imagine what that’s like. We bet this daddy found out just in time...

Brandon Santiago works as a firefighter, which means he sometimes work night shifts. One early morning when he returned from a 24-hour-shift he went to see his eight-month-olds triplet, Finn, Kyle and Ava. When he entered the room, Brandon was greeted by a chorus of crying. His babies have prepared him a little concert.

Even though exhausted, this dad hilariously demonstrates the reality of having baby triplets - as they simultaneously bombard him with tears after waking from a nap.

After saying "everybody is up from their nap" one of the cranky kids starts to wail, closely followed by a second. It’s not OK to not backup your siblings when they are in need. If one of you is crying, that’s what you are going to do as well.

Despite this "lucky" dad’s best efforts to soothe the trio with tickles and head rubs, the third and final baby begins to moan before Brandon turns the camera on himself to show his mock tears. What a lucky guy!

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