I cant believe someone took the time to write that note
And to a parent with a small child
Someone has a little too much free time i think lol
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06-03-2013 20:19 #11
06-03-2013 20:20 #12
I always think of that sign as "parents of pram-age kids" as oppressed to parents of teenagers/school kids/grown up & married kids. That hand written sign just shows someone got their knickers in a knot & had little to be worrying about today IMO
06-03-2013 20:22 #13
I have a 2 yr old and a 3 yr old and I use them all the time without getting my pram out. It's difficult to wrangle both toddlers into the shops or to the closest trolley and I love how close they usually are to the entrance. No one has ever said anything to me and I doubt they would as getting my two in or out of the car is obviously such a struggle. In fact I found it so much easier when they were babies in a pram that I probably wouldn't have really cared too much about being near the entrance.
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06-03-2013 20:23 #14
They should just call them family car spots or something like that...
But then I suppose technically any person with any family member no matter what age could park there!
06-03-2013 20:24 #15-
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Whoever wrote that note is a knob and needs to get a life.
If you have a pram, you park in the spot, no one wants to walk a toddler through a car park.
06-03-2013 20:26 #16
I quite often babywear, as opposed to using the pram, but will use one these parking spots if they're available. They're generally a bit wider so give me a bit more room to sort myself and DD out. I tend to think of them more as parent with baby spots and think pregnant women should be able to use them too
And I think that note was rude and uncalled for
06-03-2013 20:26 #17has left the building
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This is why I never bother with PWP parks, there are too many people who become crazy over them. Writing a note just because someone parked there with a toddler? Really? That is just nuts.
It is a courtesy park, that is all - not a legal right.
06-03-2013 20:26 #18Senior Member
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I think that the note writer needs a hug
06-03-2013 20:30 #19
Personally I feel it's probably safer for someone with a toddler who wants to walk to use a PWP spot!
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06-03-2013 20:31 #20
I think the note writer needs to get a life!
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