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There is nothing that can take the place of a mother…except, perhaps, for a piece of card stock.
When a father noticed that his 1-year-old son would cry when he couldn’t see his mother, father, and began to work on a solution. Instead of just listening to his son cry, he came up with a unique idea.
Neji and Fuki, Sato, several life-size cardboard cut-outs of the mother in different poses, which can be placed around the home in Japan, the New York Post reports. Neji filmed his son as Fuki in her paper behind the child and then snuck out of the room. He has also shared the images on Twitter.
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Neji placed in the, “It’s hard because my 1-year-old crying when his mother disappears out of sight. As a counter measure, I have experimented with what would happen if I set up a life-size panel of the mother.'”
“As a result of this, it is not noticed, for about 20 minutes. This panel can be useful sometimes,” he observed.
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In the footage, the young child did not seem to notice that his mother has been replaced by a flat piece of cardboard. But, to be honest with you, it is, on the one side of the living room, while the hollow was in the kitchen with a gate in front of it. The child does, however, seem to be to glance suspiciously in the area, but continues to play with his toys.
To switch things up, the parents are also made with two different types of grooves: one that shows the Fuki to get up, and with her kneeling down.
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One Twitter user suggested the introduction of a crop on a moving object, such as a Braava or Roomba. Fuki replied by saying that he thought it would be a good fit, so maybe he has some new videos to show off soon.