Dad uses fitted sheet to hilariously gobble up his toddler: ‘No toddler was hurt in the making of this video’

This dad pranked his toddler daughter with nothing but his wits and a fitted sheet. 

Husband and wife Ricky and Nikki Simpson have over 569,000 followers on TikTok. The couple shares their funny family antics and proves that parenting is chock full of laughs.

In one video, Ricky decided to play a little trick on his toddler daughter. The little girl really had no idea what she was in for. 

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PARENTING 101🤣 no toddler was hurt in the making of this video! #fyp #foryou #toddlersoftiktok #dadsoftiktok

♬ Oh No – Kreepa

“Parenting 101: No toddler was hurt in making of this video!” Ricky said in the caption. “My daughter will never trust a fitted sheet and her dad again.” 

The father was on the floor, resting on his knees, wrapped in a gray fitted sheet. His toddler ran up to him in excitement. Then dad opened up his arms and the sheet real wide as if to hug her.

Instead, he completely swallowed her in the blanket until the two looked like nothing more than a giant lump. 

This hilarious clip received 12.6 million views on TikTok

“The swiftness of his catch is what will scar her,” someone joked

“My boys called this the blanket monster. My husband still gets them,” a user commented

“To her, a portal appeared, and she was sent to another dimension,” another wrote

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