Six Moms Stand In Line To See If Their Blindfolded Child Can Find Them. What Happens Is Beautiful
April 22, 2015
The special bond between mother and child goes far beyond visual recognition. In this small experiment, each blindfolded child uses their sense of touch (and smell) to find their mom in a line up.
Despite not being able to see their mother, each child had an instant connection when they reached their mom in line. I love the moms' reactions.
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