I like it...the sisterhood of motherhood...I've got a sisterhood of Mum's in my life, I wish everyone did!
A) the mother was not nearly contrite enough. She should be in tears hugging and kissing that baby and saying she was sorry over and over, all the while thanking the guys who stopped it.
B) everyone looked at the mum and baby fondly. My first reaction once I knew the baby was safe would be to yell at the mum "what the hell were you doing?!"
I am a cover hating (for me) breastfeeding mum. Why couldn't at least one of mum not have a cover. As for the men's sexest comments made my blood boil.
It actually total ruined the whole sisterhood thing for me.
But that was the point of the add Imo. A very well hiddened digg at breastfeeding. (Breast are a sexaul object) covered in let's all love and not judge. After all they are a formula company so what else would expect.
Maybe I read it wrong, but I took the breast comments by the men as tongue in cheek - that society only sees breasts as sexual.
Happy endings always make me cry
I took the pram rolling away as a message, not a direct action by that mother.
You should care about the children rather than how other parents are parenting. If you spend too much time worrying about the other parents you're not caring for your own. (Does that make sense).
So all the parents stop being angry at each other and run for the child in the pram because that it is what matters really.
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