Kids Find Their Mothers While Blindfolded

Dec 7, 2015 By Jake Brannon

Mothers and their children have a unique bond that words can't completely capture. We've technically known our mothers for the greatest amount of time, and spend the majority of our childhood in their care. They embrace us with open arms after our first day of school. They tuck us in and assure us that no monsters will bother us while we sleep. They teach us to be caring, tough and ambitious, often without using any words at all.

Pandora Jewelry recently conducted an experiment in which they asked young children to put on a blindfold and identify their mother out of a group of women. It didn't take much time for each child to figure out where their mom was hiding, highlighting the special love that can be felt even when they can't see each other.

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