GoPro video of toddler playing hide-and-seek reveals the tortured thought process of a young 'seeker.'

GoPro video of toddler playing hide-and-seek reveals the tortured thought process of a young 'seeker.'
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Because of its simplicity, hide-and-seek is a universally played children's game. But when kids start playing the game, they're typically at an age where they struggle with the hiding and seeking aspects. YouTube user Dan Iverson uploaded a video which confirms this. He and his wife put a GoPro on their toddler and watched as their son attempted to find them. There's a lot of looking in open spaces. 

"I love how you can tell he's thinking," the dad wrote in the video. "We were watching the live preview on my phone and laughing so hard."

While the laughing—which sadly cannot be heard in the video—didn't give away the parents, their dog did. Without Ollie the dog, the child might still be looking for his parents.

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