kids. Tuesday , April 18th , 2017 - 12:29:05 PM
My daughter to say the least was a bit scared at the thought of going under as she had previously been told by her dad to always keep your head above the water! Not to worry though as a few of the other kids completed the task with there parents looking on or giving a helping hand, she had no problems when her turn came around. Excellent I said as she ducked under and grabbed the weight at the bottom of the pool. As she surfaced and handed me the water weight.
I do not think that it is unreasonable for paying customers to enjoy what they pay for. Also they are not saying you can't take your child out in public, they are saying take them to places that are age appropriate. It does not have to be relegated to fast food; there are a number of kid friendly chains out there. If you require a fancier meal and believe you must take your child, or you still feel that this issue is a social outrage, then there's a niche that will need to be filled. Open a high-end restaurant where children can be noisy and run around where ever they want. Hope youre able to stay open, most people do not enjoy that dining experience.
Responsibility: Parents should be responsible and set a rule when it comes to junk food. Kids tend to have a really strong sweet tooth so it is really up to the parents to regulate the foods that they eat.
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