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    I'm sorry but I understand why he did it . Why should others be bothered by your screaming child . Why can't you respect others rights to a peaceful lunch. What would you do if someone was on there phone screaming down it at someone. I'm sure that would annoy. That's the problem these days. It's all about me and there is no respect for other people

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    Honestly, the loud and obnoxious people in Cafe`s bug me a LOT more than a crying toddler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    I'm sorry but I understand why he did it . Why should others be bothered by your screaming child . Why can't you respect others rights to a peaceful lunch. What would you do if someone was on there phone screaming down it at someone. I'm sure that would annoy. That's the problem these days. It's all about me and there is no respect for other people
    So which 'me' is more important?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    So which 'me' is more important?
    Whichever one the cafe owner decides.

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    Wondergirl sometimes you've just gotta laugh at how precious society is becoming. Honestly, we hear complaints of noisy babies (zomg call the whaaaaaaambulance), children being on aeroplanes, cats being in our front yards yadda yadda yadda.

    Honestly, how do some people get out of bed in the morning if a crying toddler is going to ruin your day? Meh, call the whambulance, get a stiff drink and move on.

    If a crying baby is the worst thing that's happened to them today, they've had a pretty great day

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    I'm sorry but I understand why he did it . Why should others be bothered by your screaming child . Why can't you respect others rights to a peaceful lunch. What would you do if someone was on there phone screaming down it at someone. I'm sure that would annoy. That's the problem these days. It's all about me and there is no respect for other people
    There's a massive difference between an adult, who has the ability to control their behaviour, and a child who is still in an early developmental stages. Seriously. Do you really think an upset child and a screaming adult are the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Wondergirl sometimes you've just gotta laugh at how precious society is becoming. Honestly, we hear complaints of noisy babies (zomg call the whaaaaaaambulance), children being on aeroplanes, cats being in our front yards yadda yadda yadda.

    Honestly, how do some people get out of bed in the morning if a crying toddler is going to ruin your day? Meh, call the whambulance, get a stiff drink and move on.

    If a crying baby is the worst thing that's happened to them today, they've had a pretty great day
    Lol. I'm stealing whambulance!

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    Oh for sure. Some dude shot me the filthiest look when Jasper pushed his feet against the back of his seat on a plane. Then Jasper banged on the tray and again turn around and pointedly glare at me. (and mutter to I assume his wife who seemed to ignore him. Lol)

    Then every time Jasper made a peep he'd spin and glare.

    And even getting off the plane he turned and glared at me again. Jasper was asleep by that point. So he was just making sure I knew he was a miserable person.

    Seriously dude if this is the worst thing that happens to you, being seated in front of a 3 year old being reasonably well behaved for a toddler on a plane, your having a fine day.

    Plus I hope he felt like a big man repeatedly glaring at a pregnant mother traveling alone with a toddler.

    My response - just smile. Whatcha gonna do? Some people are determined to have their day 'ruined'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    I'm sorry but I understand why he did it . Why should others be bothered by your screaming child . Why can't you respect others rights to a peaceful lunch. What would you do if someone was on there phone screaming down it at someone. I'm sure that would annoy. That's the problem these days. It's all about me and there is no respect for other people
    Can I ask, is this your first child you're having (saw your signature)?

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    Oh booby, how I wish you breastfed that 3 yo of yours on that plane. That would have really given them something to write home about

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