Japanese mother leaves a cardboard cutout in her toddler’s room to stop him crying
Mother leaves a cardboard cut of herself in her one-year-old son's room to stop him crying
- Japanese woman placed the print in the house so that her toddler felt as if she were there
- But the boy seized within 20 minutes, so his father had another recess made
- The first let the mother stand while the other let her kneel on the floor
- Footage shows the boy playing with toys for mother's cut-out cardboard
A mother left a cardboard cutout in her one-year-old son's room to stop him from crying.
The Japanese woman hung the print around the house so that her toddler felt she was there.
But the boy got through within 20 minutes, so his father – who posted the video on his Twitter page @ sato_nezi – bought a life-size cut.
The Japanese woman put the print in the house so that her toddler felt she was around
The first showed the mother standing upright, while the other made her smile on the floor.
In the recordings, which have been seen more than 2 million times, the mother puts one of the recesses at the entrance of the kitchen while her son plays in front of the TV.
Her husband films from the couch as she sneaks out of the room and closes the door.
But the boy took it within 20 minutes, so his father – who posted the video on his Twitter page @ sato_nezi – bought another life-sized cutout
The father hears a chuckle while the toddler looks at his mother and seems satisfied that she is in the kitchen.
The boy continues to play with a box of toys for the cardboard image.
The first showed the mother standing upright, while the other made her smile on the floor (photo)
His father endorsed the clip: & # 39; It's hard because my one-year-old child cries as soon as mommy disappears.
& # 39; As a counter-measure, I experimented with what would happen if I found an & # 39; & # 39; life-size panel mother & # 39; & # 39; would set up. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; As a result, it is not noticed for about 20 minutes. This panel can sometimes be useful … & # 39;
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