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Leaving home and going off to school for the first time can be a daunting expierence.
Often there are plenty of tears in the playground as mum or dad says goodbye to the little one for a few hours.
But one parent recently came up with a very sweet way to make the whole experience a bit easier for her little boy.
Louise Mallett drew a tiny heart on her son's hand and a matching one on her own, which she creatively called a "hug button".
She explained the idea in a post on a Facebook group called The Motherload.
The 32-year-old said that she told her child, each time he pressed the heart on his hand it would send a virtual hug to her and then she would return the hug by pressing her heart.
"So my littlest baby had his first day at school today," the mum wrote. "I could tell he was feeling a little emotional this morning so we had a chat and came up with the idea of having a heart each and if we pressed it, it sent a hug to the other one.
"I drew a heart on both our hands and gave him a spare one on his arm in case the one on his hand wore off. We 'charged' them by holding hands on the way to school."
When Louise picked her son up from school they discussed how many hugs they had received that day.
The little one said that pressing the 'button' for a long time had stopped him from crying when he missed his mum.
The post went viral with many other parents loving the adorable idea.
"Simple and beautiful idea," said one mum.
Another commented: "Tears in my eyes reading this. So sweet. I'm totally stealing the idea!!"
A third added: "This is the cutest thing ever."
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