Eric Massicotte is a neurosurgeon, Associate Professor and Medical Director who lives in Toronto, Canada.
One of his tweets has gone viral this week, and won his wife praise from thousands of strangers, after he shared her reaction to discovering their young son had drawn on the white wall of their home in permanent pen.
Taking to Twitter earlier this week, Dr Massicotte tweeted: 'Your kids are going to do things they shouldn't. It helps if you married someone with a sense of humour', along with a series of three pictures.
Your kids are going to do things they shouldnâ€™t. It helps if you married someone with a sense of humour. pic.twitter.com/VVTstejBJO— Eric Massicotte (@DrMassicotte) November 14, 2017
The first shows a white wall in his home with a drawing of a green house added to it by his six-year-old son.
The second reveals his wife's reaction to the drawing. Instead of trying to scrub the drawing away or paint over it, Dr Massicotte's wife turned the doodle into a work of art by framing it and even adding a description label as you would find in a museum or gallery.
The label states that the work of art was done by R. C. Massicotte, born 2011, and has been named 'Interrupted House'.
An additional comment at the bottom reads: 'Gifted to his parents by surprise. Nov 13th.'
The tweet has been shared over 100,000 times, and received 279,000 like to date. Many people have praised the witty response to a classic parenting problem, while others shared their own stories on twitter in response.
Wish we'd framed this back in 2013. My better half painted over it for me, his heart was in the right place though. pic.twitter.com/4zYHX9uPtV— Shannon Reynolds (@schwelo) November 15, 2017
I have this on my wall at home. pic.twitter.com/jjBxAMVpIo— ConfÃteor Deo omnipotÃ©nti (@ConfiteorDeo) November 15, 2017
JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAAJA a enmarcar TODA la casaâ€¼ï¸¸â€¼ï¸¸ a continuaciÃ³n su obra mÃ¡s elaborada: pic.twitter.com/UqG7TyrgQX— Alesi MarÃn (@AlesiMarin) November 16, 2017
Other parents share their own experiences and photos of times when their children had decided to draw on the walls of their home.
Have your children ever decided to add their artwork directly onto the walls of your home? Share your stories in the comment box below!