christina, 5/25/2011 - 12:23pm "This is ridiculous. We all were babies. Why are we so threatened by them? By not placing a changing station in the restaurant, the store was promoting changing in the restaurant. What else was the mother supposed to do? I have been in that situation and I did not want to change the baby in public but I assure you, I took notice and never went there again. A baby changed on a diaper pad with good hygiene is not as gross as a filthy grownup with bad hygiene on the same couch. Why don't we say the older adults are not allowed to come to our favorite restaurant because they drool, or wear depends, or do not wear underwear, etc? As for the nursing mothers, just get over yourself. I chose to wear a nursing cover when i nursed in public but I appreciate that not everyone feels the same i do. I also find it painful to see multiple piercings in someones face and huge holes in their ears. So what? That is my hangup. If I am not happy with what I see then I can look away, or concentrate on something more visually appealing. They are just trying to feed hungry babies! This about peoples issues. People want the best for their babies and if you give them a good choice then they will choose it. If they want to provide a nursing area or a changing area that offers some advantages then most people will use it. Have some compassion. You should not be mean to a nursing mother or their babies. Society should protect the most vulnerable, We should have a hospitable spirit towards our children! FYI they are all of our futures."
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