"Oh my gosh, they are so cute!" a TikToker commented on the clip. "You win granddaughter of the year award."
Rob shared the amazing discovery on Reddit after uncovering the packaging while renovating his home.
"I cannot fathom asking a deaf person not to sign," wrote a commenter on Reddit. "How incredibly insulting."
"He drove straight to the lawyer's office because that was his last straw," a TikToker joked in a comment.
"First I had to buy blinker fluid, now I have to change door fluid. Car maintenance is getting outta hand," said one commenter.
"Next time also stick one in a Pampers box, baby formula can, inside a child medicine box, etc.," a TikToker commented. "God bless your good heart!"
"So I'm thinking it's a good idea that she didn't have daughters," a person on TikTok commented. "Her poor daughters-in-law and granddaughters."
"I'm so going to do this when my kids are older," one commenter said about the video that has amassed more than 6.5 million times.
"Look up how anything but a backpack day started," a TikTok insisted. "It's fun doing it when you're doing it without knowing the backstory."
"All you need is a little fridge and some snacks up there and you're set!" a TikToker commented.
"Is that real?" a TikToker asked about the clip. "Who would drag a child, and no one is saying anything?"
"My wife and I chose our own last name!" a TikToker commented. "So cool to see so many people open to this now."
"Why are bed frames so important?" a TikToker asked. "It's not [like] we are living outside with snakes on the ground to avoid."
"...Now all you have to say, if you don't go to bed or eat your dinner the Easter bunny will knock on [the] door!" a TikToker commented.
The mother said she had become "resentful" over having to reduce her hours at work.
"When you really think about it, there's nothing really wrong with it," a Twitter user commented. "Plug it in and make some Pop-Tarts for lunch."
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"I love to see the appreciation students can have for a good educator," a TikToker commented on the clip.
"At this age, kids have the same emotions as an adult, but not the capacity to process/handle them yet," a TikToker weighed in.
"Did they at least get to keep what they picked out?" a TikToker asked. "I mean they already had their mouths on it, so technically it's theirs!"
"This is the best thing I've seen all day," a Redditor commented. "If I lived there, I would watch them all day too."
"When I was growing up our barn cats did that all the time," a TikToker commented on the viral clip.
"Every woman should have this level of support and love!" a TikToker commented on the viral clip. "Amazing."
"Everyone's talking about them not noticing the dishes, but what about the smell?" a TikToker pointed out.
"And you know whoever handled that had to look in there and see the ashes," a TikToker commented. "Then carefully placed it on the shelf for sale."
"I'm amazed nobody is around to boop that snoot, it is so boopable," read a comment.
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"If shaving is enough to ruin your attraction to him, maybe you shouldn't get married," a Redditor commented.