Father reveals the ultimate parenting tip for getting babies to go to sleep in less than a minute

Father reveals the ultimate parenting tip for getting babies to sleep in less than a minute – and all it takes is rubbing their EYEBROWS Austin Miles Geter who lives in Texas, boasts over 157,000 Facebook followers Vlogger shared how his daughter Charlie falls when her eyebrows are rubbed He […]

Father reveals the ultimate parenting tip for getting babies to sleep in less than a minute – and all it takes is rubbing their EYEBROWS

  • Austin Miles Geter who lives in Texas, boasts over 157,000 Facebook followers
  • Vlogger shared how his daughter Charlie falls when her eyebrows are rubbed
  • He impressed his fans with over 30,000 viewers reposting the parenting tip 

A vlogger who is known for creating funny videos has gone viral on social media after sharing a parenting tip that puts babies to sleep in under a minute.

Austin Miles Geter who lives in Texas, explained in a video posted on Facebook how he is able to get his four-month-old daughter Charlie to sleep with a tip that has been popular with previous generations. 

‘I heard that if you gently rub their eyebrows, they will go to sleep,’ he said, as he sat in a rocking chair and prepared to try the hack.

The trick is believed to work because stroking around the eyebrows will encourage a baby to reflexively close their eyes, and the gesture also relaxes them.  

Austin Miles Geter who lives in Texas, has gone viral across social media with his parenting hack for putting babies to sleep. Pictured: Austin and his daughter Charlie

Boasting over 157,000 followers on Facebook, Austin explained that he has heard others recommend rubbing a baby's eyebrow to make them feel sleepy

Speaking in the video, Austin said Charlie is sleepy but keeps crying because he's changing positions

Boasting over 157,000 followers on Facebook, Austin explained that he has heard others recommend rubbing a baby’s eyebrow to make them feel sleepy 

Austin who has more than 157,000 followers on his Facebook page in addition to almost 46,000 subscribers on YouTube, where he also shared the hack, explained that he could tell Charlie was sleepy before he started.

He said: ‘Here we are. She keeps crying because I have to keep changing positions but I know she’s sleepy.

‘I heard if you gently rub their eyebrows, they’ll go to sleep. So i’m going to try it.’

In the clip Austin is seen lightly rubbing a finger over Charlie’s left eyebrow, as she fought to keep her eyes open.

Trying not to disturb her, the vlogger remained quiet until she silently drifted to sleep and held his fist up to celebrate the small victory. 

Austin lightly rubbed four-month-old Charlie's left eyebrow in the viral footage (pictured), demonstrating how she slowly drifts to sleep

Austin lightly rubbed four-month-old Charlie’s left eyebrow in the viral footage (pictured), demonstrating how she slowly drifts to sleep

The vlogger racked up over 8,000 comments on the clip with many viewers admitting they've never heard of the tip before

The vlogger racked up over 8,000 comments on the clip with many viewers admitting they’ve never heard of the tip before 

The adorable parenting tip was shared on Facebook by over 30,000 people and received hundreds of comments from impressed followers.

One person wrote: ‘I thought you guys were joking. I just tried it and it worked. OMG just in time for my third baby’

‘That’s awesome. I think that’d work on me too,’ another said.

A third added: ‘She is so cute and I rubbed all three of my boys’ eyebrows and it worked on them.’  

Revealing they’ve used the tip professionally, another wrote: ‘When I used to work at daycare, gently rubbing up and down between their eyebrows knocked them out.’

Austin who has been posting viral challenges and vlogs on YouTube since 2013 has also gained a legion of followers on TikTok for his creative content.

A stream of responses to the video praised the hack and revealed they've had success with trying it on their own children

A stream of responses to the video praised the hack and revealed they’ve had success with trying it on their own children 

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