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Dad of triplets figures out genius and simple way to stop back seat fights

"A day in the life of triplets." Getting in the car with any kid can easily become an experiment in patience, but hopping in the car with triplets can be a nightmare. Especially if they're all two years old. Dad-of-triplets Jake White reached his breaking point when it came to backseat car fights with his kids, so he devised and simple solution to stop the violence. Using two pieces of large foam core, White was able to put a barrier between his three kids so that they could all enjoy their car ride in peace.
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