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The hidden meaning of kids' shapes and scribbles

from The Atlantic

High on the list of awkward social interactions is the moment when a dentist or a coworker shows off her young child's nonsensical art. A bystander might think the art — or at least the fact of its existence — is cute. Or she might think it's ridiculous or downright terrifying. In either case, a common reaction is to smile and ask, "What's it supposed to be?" After all, these creations rarely look like anything fully recognizable or "real." I uncovered a host of idiosyncrasies after asking parents about their kids’ art. more


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