Creative Mom Paints On Skylight To Make Her Daughter Go To Kindergarten Class

When her three-year-old daughter refused to go to kindergarten, a mom from south China’s Guangzhou city went creative and started painting on their car’s skylight to entertain her child.

The mother, in order to make her daughter return to school, made a promise to paint on their car’s skylight every day. Themes of her paintings originated from her daughter’s own imaginative world. In the paintings, the little girl was seen dressing up as a bloomed flower, transforming into a mermaid or flying in starry night as a witch on her broom. Fortunately, the mother’s hard work has paid off: after days enjoying her mother’s paintings with love, the daughter made the decision to go back to her kindergarten class.

When her three-year-old daughter refused to go to kindergarten, a mom from south China’s Guangzhou city went creative and started painting on their car’s skylight to entertain her child.




















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