The father-to-be brings a game console into the sickroom during labor

A dad-to-be dropped a few points after bringing an entire video game console to his partner’s 21-hour labour, Wednesday.

in one now viral tiktokthe father-to-be can be seen with the entire setup – including TV and headset – playing online games at the foot of the hospital bed while his girlfriend looks on.

“My friend took his entire gaming rig to the hospital during my 21 hour briefing,” TikTok user Amber wrote in the video above.

The viral TikTok has garnered 1.6 million views, 45,000 likes and 3,200 comments, with several people disagreeing as to whether the gamer daddy was right to bring his entire setup or should have focused on his upcoming child.

“Wow. Red flag friend,” commented one user.

“I love my games but I’ve never tried to do this, I have better things to worry about,” chipped in another user.

Other spectators rushed to the man’s defense.

TikTok user @amberscxtt posted a video, which is now going viral, showing the father playing video games throughout his 21-hour labour.
TikTok user @amberscxtt posted a now-viral video showing the dad playing video games during his 21-hour labour.
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“I mean, what did you want from him? Sitting there staring at her for 21 hours? She was probably more amused to see him play…I would,” said another.

“I also went through a long onboarding process and I definitely wouldn’t have minded if my child’s father had brought his game,” commented one user.

The new mum-of-two ended the discussion by telling users that she was “fine” if the dad brought his console and that she really didn’t feel any pain until 19 hours had passed.

Amber also assured everyone that she could also while away the time by watching movies and browsing TikTok. The father-to-be brings a game console into the sickroom during labor


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