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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    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
    How do you think I got him to sleep?!? LOL!!! Maybe THAT'S what the final glare was about.

    Btw it's not possible To discretely breast feed a child sitting next you while you both have seat belts on! If your wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    How do you think I got him to sleep?!? LOL!!! Maybe THAT'S what the final glare was about.

    Btw it's not possible To discretely breast feed a child sitting next you while you both have seat belts on! If your wondering.
    Haha you're the best!

    Totally agree with you, some people thrive on misery. Think it's a cultural thing tbh.

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    I'm a cafe girl and often (hang on, if not always) have my 4 yo and 1yo with me. If my kids were kicking up a stink or making heaps of noise I'd leave with them, or at least take them outside to calm down. I don't think a baby crying is the same as a toddler chucking a hissy fit/tantrum etc. So if this kid was screaming 10 mins I'd be getting pretty annoyed too.

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    if the child had 'just woken up' why had she already ordered a babycino??

    I dont think a cafe is the place for a poor kid who is recovering from a virus .. no wonder she was upset .. its bad enough to have to do 'necessary' stuff with a sick/ healing kid .. but a cafe??? if you need caffeine .. get a take away cup...

    I dont think the owner handled it well - he could have asked if she wanted to take DD for a walk, he would let her know when the coffee was ready ..

    BUT .. having said that - we dont know the specifics of the situation .. and I do agree that its hardly news, and much more of a storm in a tea cup (or coffee cup )

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    Default Mum kicked out of cafe because her child was crying

    Hope the cafe owner gave them their order in take away cups then if he asked them to leave.

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    Default Re: Mum kicked out of cafe because her child was crying

    Wow this is an old thread. I was still pregnant and jasper was still breast fed when I last commented on this thread.

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    Stalker much?

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    Huh? This is a very old thread...

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    hilarious

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    Default Mum kicked out of cafe because her child was crying

    Someone (can't remember who!) has dug this thread up then deleted their post. Is that right?

    Cafes are the new horse carrot it seems.


 

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