To stop her son from crying, she positions a life-size cardboard figure of herself in the room every time she leaves him alone

Shirley Marie Bradby

January 14, 2020

To stop her son from crying, she positions a life-size cardboard figure of herself in the room every time she leaves him alone
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Being a parent is not easy but, on the other hand, no one is born with all the necessary knowledge and we have to start somewhere.
Especially in the first few years, it is not easy to manage one's own life and take care of a newborn baby!
In fact, amid crying, whims, and breastfeeding, many mothers end up feeling exhausted!
However, there is a mom who uses a brilliant idea to keep her son quiet whenever she leaves the room.
She simply positions a life-sized cardboard box of her figure in the room, so the baby thinks his mother is still there!

via The Sun

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Twitter / Sato_Nezi

Fuki Sato is the young Japanese mother who is the clever creator of the above-mentioned concept that has become increasingly popular on the Internet.
The woman's young son always started crying instantly whenever his mother left the room in which they were—even for a few seconds.
The young mother was rather confused by her son's reaction and did not want him to misinterpret her momentary absence as an abandonment.
So, to counteract his reaction, she uses a cardboard cutout, with her full life-sized image printed on it, to induce her son to believe she is still there in the room with him.

Twitter / Sato_Nezi

This original "solution" works very well and thousands of web users have been extremely impressed. Just watch the video to see the great results!

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