- December 8, 2007 at 4:07 pm #254677
I went to my youngest daughters elementary Christmas concert last night. A baby
in a nearby row started screaming as soon as the concert started. I was all set
to be aggravated and distracted from the show, my daughter’s last as an
elementary student. I was so pleasantly surprized to see the young mom, actually
get up and leave the auditorium. She only tried for a minute or two to quiet her
child. She watched the show from the hallway while the baby slept on her
shoulder. I guess the loudness of the music was too much for her. I appreciated
this mom’s consideration of everyone so much.
From: Kelly Weyd <email@example.com>
Date: 2007/12/11 Tue PM 10:55:48 CST
Subject: Re: Budget101.com : OT: Moral Degrade — My Peers?
We were in Red Lobster Saturday night.Ã‚Â Normally we don’t go to restaurants
anymore, but it was my husbands b-day.Ã‚Â This toddler on at the next table
over screamed the entire time we were there.Ã‚Â I bit my tongue, but really why
on earth don’t people just take the screaming kid out.Ã‚Â I took my daughter to
the car many times when she was little, and my husband had the waitress pack our
food up.Ã‚Â I don’t get it. Kelly
Karen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: What happened to taking the kid out to
the car until they stop crying
and you have control again??? I was one aisle behind a 2-3 yr old that
was throwing a temper tantrum – after 3 aisles I had a headache. I’d
worked all night and was really tired too – finally was on the same
aisle as the tantrum thrower and as I started to pass them the kid
started in again (he was just catching his breath) I looked at him and
did a short scream and said “See I can scream louder” (I would not
normally have done this!!) and walked away. Never heard another word
out of that kid!! KarenMO
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