Saturday, July 27, 2013

RE: Take Them Home

Posted on Sat, Jul 27, 2013 at 8:24 AM



You have got to be kidding me. You have some nerve judging parents because
their children are acting up in public. If my special needs child behaves
better than your 'normal' children, what does that say about you? If you, a
parent of a down syndrome child, are labeling your child as 'not
normal 'what does that say about you? I am a caregiver for the
developmentally disabled, many of them very high functioning, and the most
hurtful thing to them is not being referred to as 'not normal'. Well you
know what's not normal? Your arrogance, stupidity and immaturity. You
seemed to be saying if your child is tired, hungry, not feeling well or not
being listened to their parents are being neglectful/bad parents. I
question if you even have a child of your own because any parent, or
intelligent human being, would realize a toddler can easily go through all
those emotions in a two minute span. Children are not robots that can be
programmed to obey and sit silently. They are unpredictable, messy, loud,
and sticky. But that's part of their charm. Man I wish I knew where you
worked so I could rally up all the screaming babies I could find and just
surround you with them. In the end, is it really worth getting this worked
up about kids making a little noise? Count your blessings and keep things
in perspective bro. And maybe pull that stick out while you're at it.
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