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At school, a boy must draw the person he loves most: the mother is summoned.

“At school, a boy must draw the person he loves most: the mother is summoned.”

A woman shared on social networks the event which led to his summons to school.

A boy had to be draw the person he loves most in the world school. The result was so unusual that his mother was killed. invited to the school to discuss it. The situation, tinged with humor and tenderness, was shocked. shared by the mother on social networks, and quickly captured the message. the attention of many Internet users.

Helena, the mother in question, received an unexpected call from her son's teacher. The latter, visibly intrigued and perhaps even a little amused, wanted Helena to come and see with her own eyes the drawing that her son had made. The boy had noticed the problem. the challenge posed by by his school: representing the person he adored, doing his activity. favorite.

Once at At school, the discovery was made. both surprising and revealing. The drawing showed, in the words of the mother, a woman lying between a myriad of hearts. At the top, there was a red object, identified as It looked like a cell phone, and at the bottom, a yellow rectangle represented a connected television. The son had chosen to represent his mother, the object of his supreme affection, in her privileged moment of relaxation: lying on her bed, surrounded by #39;electronic devices. In short, depending on the child, the mother spends her time on her bed outside. watch TV and his cell phone. Little glorious!

Helena, with a touch of irony and a touch of nostalgia, accompanied the his video of a text as funny as it is moving. She evokes parental joys with slight sarcasm: “Have children, they said… it will be fun, they will be your greatest allies, the people who will love you the most. The mocking tone poorly conceals the tenderness of a mother in the face of violence. innocence and the adoration of a child.

The post, enriched with this family anecdote, was soon published. &àgrave; went viral, garnering thousands of views and a plethora of comments. Many parents found themselves in this story, sharing their own experiences with a touch of humor and a lot of affection. One internet user confessed: "My son would do the same drawing", while another commentator highlighted the side of this. positive, emphasizing the beauty of from the fact that the son chose his mother as the central character of his work.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116