Who’s the boss? Hilarious snaps show children doing their very best to distract their parents while they’re working from home during lockdown
- Workers from across the globe shared snaps of their kids joining them on Twitter
- Some parents tied their kids up and worked with noise-cancelling headphones
- A mother who lives in Texas warned of the dangers of stepping on Lego bricks
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Millions of employees across the globe are adapting to working from home in an attempt to prevent the spread of coronavirus – but those with children are finding it particularly challenging.
Hoards of parents have been flooding Twitter with hilarious snaps of the creative ways they’re juggling looking after their children while working.
One mother tied her children up with clothes, and put on noise-cancelling headphones to avoid listening to their shouts.
Elsewhere, one father, from Canada, placed his laptop in a baby’s cot to avoid his son from pressing the keys randomly.
Below, FEMAIL reveal the most creative working from home methods.
People from around the world who are working from home, have taken to Twitter with snaps of their attempts to be productive as their children distract them (Pictured: A father from Canada using his laptop through a cot)
One man believed to be from Nigeria, shared a snap of woman working at her laptop with noise-cancelling headphones after tying her children up
One father, from England, joked that his daughter has been doing his job for the past four days without anyone noticing
Another father, who lives in Scotland, posted a candid snap revealing it’s a benefit and drawback working from home with his son
Another mother, from London, joked that getting fresh air as she works is necessary for staying sane while working from home with her kids
Well at least someone is comfortable! One father, who lives in Warwickshire, posted a photo as he attempted to work from home with his daughter on his lap, explaining that she was enjoying the ‘perks’ of having him at home
A mother who lives in Texas, warned of the dangers of stepping on Lego bricks as her child spread the hazardous toys across the carpet
‘Please put the head back on!’ Another mother from Canada, said one of her children placed a note asking for their doll to be repaired under the door of her home office
Oregon-based father Damian Radcliffe shared an adorable snap of his son with his cat, revealing he was struggling to know who was more excited that he was working from home
PE lesson for two! One father, from Bath, confessed he had accidentally knocked his son over and punched the ceiling while enjoying a family work out
Parents in India shared a snap of their daughter laying across their laptop, while they tried to work
One man, who lives in the UK, posted a photo of three boys tied up with tape across their mouth as he worked