Corrie's kids, two-year-old toddler Emily, and 8-month-old triplets Olivia, Jackson and Levi. Photo: Corrie-Lynn Whyte Instagram
Want a quick look at the kind of insane juggling mums do on a daily basis? Then look at this video from Canadian mother of four Corrie-Lynn Whyte, gasp and burst into well-deserved applause.
Over the weekend, the 26-year-old mum - who has a two-year-old toddler Emily, and 8-month-old triplets Olivia, Jackson and Levi - posted a Facebook video of herself wrangling the kids in her usual nightly routine.
The video, titled 'Mom Vs Triplets + Toddler', has quickly gone viral, racking up over 37 million views.
In the clip - which is appropriately soundtracked by the kinda screwball hyper-tune that you might remember from your grandparents' Keystone Kops or Benny Hill videos - Whyte expertly, miraculously and somehow with a calm smile still on her face, lines up her kids on her bed and dresses them up as they squirm and roll and cheekily plan their escape.
You'd swear she had eight arms during some of those heartstopping near-saves.
"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," Whyte - who blogs about her parenting experiences at The Baby Gang with her husband Dan - told ABC News.
She quickly rejected the news site's claims - and those from the video's countless commenters - that she's doing anything special, though.
"Every mum is a super mum in my opinion," she added.
And here I am proud that I didn't burn my own toast this morning. Mums, you rule.