Mothers with young children will all have horror stories of trying to get their little ones ready for bed.
However, one woman shows just how difficult it can be as she attempts to get her four very young kids dressed in their pyjamas in a video that's been viewed more than 42 million times.
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Corrie Whyte, 26, from Ontario, Canada, is seen putting nightwear on Emily, two, and eight-month-old triplets Jackson, Olivia and Levi before collapsing on the bed herself.
Corrie posted the video to her Facebook page, The Baby Gang, with the caption 'Mom versus triplets and toddler' and although her children don't make it easy, she does have a smile on her face.
The footage shows Corrie laying all four children on the bed with their pyjamas ready to go - but almost immediately, the little ones are roaming about the bed - making it nearly impossible to get them dressed.
Emily is seen trying to make an escape while Corrie is desperately trying to keep all four under control.
And even when Emily jumps on the bed and even runs off, Corrie stays calm and continues to get the triplets dressed one at a time while stopping them from crawling off the bed.
The two-minute footage has been sped-up, but Corrie still goes at an impressive rate and has the triplets ready without a hiccup.
Eldest daughter Emily is more of a challenge and is seen running away from Corrie several times before she's caught.
Even when she's being dressed, she keeps on flailing but Corrie gets her into her pink pyjamas and buttoned her up.
Corrie places all four youngsters in a row, gives the camera a thumbs up and then collapses onto the bed, ready for sleep herself.
Corrie documents bringing up her children on the Facebook page, which has 140,000 followers, and many commented in disbelief on the video which was posted on Thursday.
Frank LeBlanc wrote: 'I'm very tired just watching this.'
While Niki Noodle posted: 'That's one incredible mama,' and Diane Garito named Corrie 'super mom.'
Corrie's husband Dan Gibson also helps out with their children and features in many of the page's videos.
Corrie told ABC News she tries 'to make every experience enjoyable' but since the children have gotten older and are now mobile she's had to 'keep a constant eye on them all the time.'
She said: 'Right now the hard part is finding the balance between the needs of three 8-month-old babies and one 2-year-old toddler. They all want your attention, while going in four different directions.'