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    I'm totally shocked and disgusted to hear so many stories of this!! WTH!? How can people be such pigs??

    I always clean up after DS, even if it's just lunch in a food court - I use wet wipes to clean the high chair, the floor & the table. Same goes for restaurants and other people's houses obviously.

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    I honestly don't understand why anyone would think they shouldn't have to clean up after their children while out

    As much as restaurant workers love cleaning up your childs half chewed and regurged food, because that's fair, right?

    And as for children wetting themselves or spilling things...it's not hard, and infact less embarrassing, to ask a worker for a mop. Because if you walk out and leave it, or expect someone else to happily clean your childs bodily fluids, you're mistaken. And they'll remember you, forever.


    I've happily cleaned up bodily fluids before.. for a disabled man who had no one with him or personal understanding about what he'd done.
    But if a parent knew? Not cool. Very selfish. Outright gross.

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    I always try clean up what I can after my DD. I always say I'd hate myself or her slipping in someone else's spills or accidents so I wouldn't leave any of our own behind. If I don't have something to clean it up with ill ask the shop of cleaner.

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    When I eat out I clean the floor/ seats. I don't worry about tables. That's there job in my eyes.

    I would never let my daughter hold onto urine that is horrible!! Ok fair enough if in car etc but to browse a shop :/ um no!


 

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