But, her decision not to hang the artwork up is also not an easy one. She recognizes that the piece was not just completed on a random piece of standard sized paper.
It was drawn on an eighteen by twenty-four-inch canvas using charcoal and took many hours to finish.
However, the woman feels like hanging it up would be incredibly rude and exclusive to her son. Her husband, though, feels differently.
“He thinks it would be rude not to hang it up. My husband said this is actually an improvement since the last time our daughter drew our son, it was done to anger him,” she recalled.
Still, the woman believes that her husband viewing exclusion as an “improvement” is even more alarming.
So, now, she is leaning toward not hanging up the artwork in an attempt to not hurt her son’s feelings anymore as well as hopefully discouraging her daughter’s mean behavior.
But, she is still not sure if refusing to hang it would make her a jerk.
If you were in this mom’s shoes, would you hang the artwork even though it excluded your son? What’s more important: family unity or the time spent on a piece of art?
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