Little man cave! Mother finds her son, aged two, chilling inside a kitchen cabinet with his iPad, snacks and blanket
- Two-year-old Noah Alexander Walker, from Atlanta, Georgia, was hiding in a den
- Hilarious clip shows moment mother Blair Walker finds him in a kitchen cabinet
- He looks frustrated at the intrusion as he continues to eat snacks and watch iPad
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This is the adorable moment a mother discovers her toddler has created his own man cave in a kitchen cabinet, complete with snacks, a blanket and his iPad.
Two-year-old Noah Alexander Walker, from Atlanta, Georgia, was looking to get some peace and quiet when he took himself down to the basement without saying a word and set up in a cupboard.
Resting his iPad on the shelf and keeping himself warm with a blanket the tot looked less than pleased when his mother Blair Monique Walker, a singer/songwriter, discovered his special hang out.
In the video Ms Walker recorded, she can be heard whispering: ‘So we are in our basement. He thinks nobody knows about his hiding spot.’
She then swings open the cabinet door to reveal that Noah has created his own personal haven, complete with his favourite snacks.
Ms Walker asks in disbelief: ‘What are you doing in here – you have the iPad – what are you doing?’
Mother Blair Monique Walker swings open the door of her basement cabinets to find two-year-old Noah Alexander walker has created a cosy den for himself at home in Atlanta, Georgia
Noah makes an adorable face as his mother reveals his secret hiding spot
Ms Walker is amazed at what she’s found as Noah gestures for her to close the door and leave him in peace again
The little boy looks back with an irritated look and gestures for her to close the cabinet door.
She continues: ‘Excuse me Noah, ok bye. Are we disturbing your peace?
‘What do you mean, do you want me to close the door? How did you get… what are you doing? Ok buddy, I’ll let you be.’
Mother Blair Monique Walker, a gospel singer/songwriter, filmed the moment she revealed Noah’s special hang out
The mother then closes the door to her son’s unusual hideaway.
Ms Walker has been posting images of her son and sharing the youngster’s progress as he grows up on his own personal Instagram that she made for him before he was born, @Noahalexanderw.
The latest video, which has amassed more than 1.8million views on Twitter, was originally posted to his mother’s TikTok.