Relatable: Toddler Builds Mobile Fort “To Avoid All Human Interaction But Still Go Places.”

Toddler built a mobile fort to hide but be able to go places.

We all have those days. You want to disappear from the world and not be seen by anyone. But what happens if you also want to go places during your period of invisibility? This two-year-old found the perfect answer to all the woes of toddler life. This kid built a mobile fort to travel around incognito using what appears to be a Little Tyke car.

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A perfect blanket fort!
Image from TikTok.

This creative child has engineered the perfect blanket fort. There is plenty of interior space to enjoy snacks or whatever a two-year-old might fancy. The blanket coverage allows very little bright and annoying light to penetrate the inner sanctum. And the most awesome feature of all? The entire fort is mobile! This kid thought of everything. Seriously, I want one of these too!

Image shows a mobile blanket fort .
Image from TikTok.

I can’t imagine what ails this toddler so badly they wanted to be invisible. Like adults, perhaps he’s just having one of those days. It’s OK to admit that you have moments where a mobile fort would be the answer to your prayers.

Now I Want A Mobile Fort

After much consideration and watching this video countless times, we have more insight into the situation. First, we noticed balloons all over the house, so perhaps there was a party going on. We know large gatherings can be stressful. Next, we kept seeing a quick flash at the beginning of the clip. We slowed it down and were amazed to see that the floor was LAVA! At least on the rug under the ottoman and sofa.

A young child jumping from an ottoman to a sofa, presumably because the floor is lava.
Image from TikTok.

With so much going on, it’s possible this overwhelmed kid just needed some alone time. Whatever prompted this little genius to build a mobile fort, we applaud the effort. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to find a way to build myself one of these! Since I can’t fit in a Little Tyke car, I might have to take the floorboards out of a Smart car for my base. Happy hiding!

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