Mum shares a hilarious four-line plate to prevent her children from interrupting her shower

& # 39; Ask these questions before you knock & # 39 ;: mommy shares her hilarious four-line character to prevent her precious shower time from being interrupted by her children

  • A mother of three has shared a list of rules to prevent children from irritating her
  • She revealed that the four-point list allows her to shower continuously
  • The mother says the sign gives her children a moment to stop and think before they go inside

A mother who had had enough of being disturbed by her children while she was in the bathroom has come up with a clever sign to stop them.

Kerryn, a three-year-old mother from Adelaide, said she had made the list to end her children entering the bathroom while showering and bothering her for no reason.

& # 39; If mom or dad are in the shower before you knock on the door, ask yourself these questions first & # 39 ;, then read a photo of the sign posted on Facebook.

& # 39; Is someone dying? Does someone bleed a lot? Does anyone need an ambulance? Is there someone at the door? & # 39 ;.

The mother's remark (photo) contained four questions that she asked her children to ask themselves before they got into the bathroom

The mother's remark (photo) contained four questions that she asked her children to ask themselves before they got into the bathroom

The note said that if her children & # 39; yes & # 39; can answer one of the questions, then they may knock and enter.

& # 39; If NOT, let us shower in peace !! Love, ma. & # 39;

To make sure that her children could not miss the sign in any way – written in a large block manuscript – the smart mom stuck it on the bathroom door.

When she told Mamamia, Kerryn said she wanted to get the rules because she was constantly interrupted by her three children, ten, nine and six years old.

& # 39; Some mornings in my five-minute shower, I could have let all three come in once or twice once or twice, "she told the publication.

Although the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčlocking the door was taken into consideration, the mother said that her children would probably just stand outside and & # 39; shout at her – or at each other & # 39 ;.

When asked about the general theme of the disruptions, Kerryn revealed that her children usually wanted her to do simple things, such as entering the key code to unlock an iPad.

A mother revealed how she made a sign to prevent her children from disturbing her when she was in the bathroom (stock image)

A mother revealed how she made a sign to prevent her children from disturbing her when she was in the bathroom (stock image)

A mother revealed how she made a sign to prevent her children from disturbing her when she was in the bathroom (stock image)

It is not the first time a mother has to resort to putting up signs to make her children pay attention.

Recently one mother shared a moment online of her perfectly organized pantry with a list of & # 39; aggressive & # 39; rules.

& # 39; Don't ask me where everything is fun [sic] I have labeled everything. I spent two days organizing this pantry, if you ruined it, I WILL CUT YOU. With a lot of love, mom, & # 39; read the board.

This mother's set of rules (pictured) designed to prevent her children from messing up her pantry became a viral sensation after it was placed on a Facebook group

This mother's set of rules (pictured) designed to prevent her children from messing up her pantry became a viral sensation after it was placed on a Facebook group

This mother's set of rules (pictured) designed to prevent her children from messing up her pantry became a viral sensation after it was placed on a Facebook group

Although the sign was intended as a joke, many of those who saw photos of it on Facebook responded quickly to say they thought they had crossed a border.

& # 39; I would never put a signature as my children would read. I don't understand why people think it's funny, & wrote one.

& # 39; A loving display of maternity goals there, & # 39; another added.

& # 39; I'm pretty sure this type of threat justifies opening a child protection case, & # 39; said a third.

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