Dad’s no-nonsense method of carrying son up steps leaves wife in stitches

An impatient dad has left the internet in hysterics with his time-efficient method of carrying his son to the top of a slide.

Reddit user phiero86 and her husband brought their toddler boy to a park so that he could enjoy the slides.

But, while the boy was enjoying the fun and insisted on climbing back to the top of the muddy steps, his dad was on the brink of losing patience.

The hilarious video shows the boy in a red playsuit standing in front of the wooden steps and trying to climb them.

Trying his best to lift up his leg, his father can not wait any longer and decides to step in.

He picks up his son by the jacket and lifts him up in a position so that the little boy faces down as he takes him up to the top of the slide.

And when he is done, he swings and sets him down in an upright position.

The mum behind the camera can't help but let out a few giggles.

She wrote in the post: "My husband’s no bulls***, efficient approach to repeated trips carrying our son up the muddy steps."

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Viewers were left in hysterics and commented that the father was holding his son like "moving a Christmas tree".

One said: "He sets him down like a pint in a glass with a handle."

"Like moving a Christmas tree or a bird table," a second commented while a third added: "I can almost hear your son shouting 'again, again' at what is probably his new favourite thing."

It seemed to be true as the mum penned in the comments: "Yeah he insisted on being carried back to the car upside down."

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