TikTok parent reveals her genius strategy for getting her toddler to bring her snacks

This TikTok parent shared her hilarious hack for getting her toddler to bring her snacks!

Brooke Ashley Hall (@brookeashleyhall) is a parent who loves sharing videos of her 3 kids on TikTok.

Brooke’s kids are adorable, but they can also be a handful, which is why Brooke shared her ingenious hack for getting a quick snack delivered when she has her hands full: She uses a walkie-talkie to place a snack order with her toddler

Brooke’s adorable and hilarious video begins with a shot of Brooke lying in bed with her newborn baby Caedon lying on her chest. A caption reads, “Mom hack: When you need a snack, but you’re stuck under your baby.”

Brooke grins at the camera, then holds up a walkie-talkie. Pressing the button, she whispers, “Hey, Mar’Cannon, can you please bring Mommy some Oreos?”

A caption appears on screen that reads, “Walkie-talkies will never be outdated around this house.”

After a moment, Brooke’s 4-year-old, Mar’Cannon, appears on the walkie-talkie screen. “Okay, I’m on my way. I’ll get some Oreos!” he replies. 

“My 4-year-old got my back,” a caption reads. 

In the next shot, Mar’Cannon appears in the doorway to Brooke’s room, carrying a package of Oreos. He walks up to Brooke and hands the package to her as she lies in bed. “Thank you, Mar’Cannon,” Brooke replies. “You want some?”

The video ends just as Mar’Cannon nods, eagerly responding, “Yeah!”  

Brooke’s video racked up 18.7 million views and counting, and viewers couldn’t get enough of her hack—and her adorable kids. 

“If my kid isn’t like this, I don’t want it,” one viewer joked. 

“Cutest family ever! Let me be the babysitter. OMG love this family,” another viewer gushed.

“He’s so respectful and polite. This is adorable,” wrote another TikToker. 

Another TikToker, appreciative of the hac  itself, wrote, “I need that walkie-talkie for my baby.”

Being a parent of a newborn can be tough. Fortunately, Brooke’s adorable toddler is more than eager to help out, especially if it means he gets to use a walkie-talkie and eat some Oreos to boot!

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