STICKING your child's latest piece of art to the fridge door is a rite of passage for countless parents – but not all their portraits are going to be kitchen-friendly.
Earlier this week, mortified mum Amelia Barnhouse revealed how her daughter's nursery had mistaken her drawing of a "slide" for a penis before pulling her aside for a serious chat.
Following the story, This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield invited viewers to send in their children's most bizarre portraits – and the results certainly did not disappoint.
Along with a family portrait recreation that went seriously awry, Facebook users also submitted screenshots of their children's laugh-out-loud spelling errors and questionable sculptures.
In other words, some of these legendary works of art might be better off gathering dust in the attic than having pride of place on the fridge door…
Rising to the occasion
Piggy back ride
Kiss a lot of frogs
Fill in the blank
Take a long, hard look
In more parenting news, Hilary Duff has been slammed for piercing her eight-month-old daughter's ears as mums have accused her of "inflicting pain" on her baby.
And this mum was left red-faced after her nine-year-old daughter asked her what Ann Summers' intimate gel is for.
Plus this mum has been shamed over her daughter's lunchbox because it contained two cookies in it.
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