There is something pure and yet primitive when it comes to the bond between mother and child. Despite how tired a mom is, she can identify her baby’s cries among other children. So much has been said about a mother’s intuition, her ability to detect or feel when something is not right with her child.
In a new experiment, the tables were turned. Children between the ages of three and nine were blindfolded and led to a line of women. The kids were directed to find their mothers with touch, smell and that invisible bond and instinct. The experience had some of the mom’s quite moved by the findings.