We’ve all seen that hilarious viral photo of two battling young siblings patching things up in their ‘get along shirt’, right? If you couldn’t contain yourself over that, then prepare to laugh out loud over the following upgrade.

 

Alexis Tillman has shared possible the greatest hack we have ever seen, for diffusing an argument between little ones.

 

The mum-of-two took to Facebook to post a video of her son and daughter looking forlorn, ‘slow dancing’ together in their own version of the ‘get along shirt’!

 

The video, which has gone totally viral and garnered over four million views, was shared to the ever-popular Love What Matters page.

 

“I put a spin on the ‘I love you’ shirt. Now, I make them slow dance wearing it! Y’all going to stop arguing every day!” wrote a determined Alexis, in the video’s caption.

 

 

“I refuse to have my children distant or not getting along with each other, because after Momma’s gone, your siblings are all you have!”

 

Needless to say, Alexis’ post has left people in hysterics of laughter – and it has even encouraged others to share their own nuggets of wisdom on how they deal with feuding siblings.

 

“I made my kids do housework for a week and told them if it even looked like they were about to start arguing, I’d add another week to it. I barked orders like a drill sergeant for the entire week. When it was over, they didn’t argue anymore – at least not when I was around,” wrote one fellow mother.

 

Meanwhile, another chimed in: “I did something similar with my kids…they had to hug for the amount of minutes of their combined age. By the time that those minutes passed, they were giggling and forgot what they had ever disagreed about. And now, as adults, they are the very best of friends…all three of them.”

 

So, there we have it – tried and tested methods that will ensure your little ones will remain firm friends. Would you be tempted to try out Alexis’ hilarious method? Let us know!

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