One of the drawing methods is Mother and Child Drawings. This study focused on the gaps between the mother-child relationships measured by a questionnaire and the mother-child relationships interpreted from Mother and Child Drawings, and examined whether these differences were caused by the gaps between the conscious and subconscious attitudes. The results indicated that there was a negative correlation between the score on the Mother and Child Drawings and the stability score on the questionnaire as a general trend of the participants. Moreover, the result showed that the hypothesis was supported for both the congruous and incongruous groups with low rejection scores. It partially supported the notion that the subconscious attitudes could be reflected in Mother and Child Drawings, and that the conscious attitudes could be reflected in the questionnaire.