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This story is bound to piss people off — regardless if you have kids or not. A Maine business owner is receiving harsh criticism over her decision to yell at a child who wouldn’t stop crying in her establishment. The toddler supposedly wouldn’t keep quiet after her parents ordered pancakes and didn’t give her any. Darla Neugebauer, owner of Marcy’s Diner, reportedly asked the parents to get their child to stop yelling before pressing them to leave. When nothing worked, she screamed at the kid. When news about this story broke, folks took to their social media — and fast — to discuss a touchy subject that deserves a mention, but often gets a silent side eye: Should parents think twice about bringing their children to restaurants. Obviously this could stem into a series of other areas, but we’ll keep it here for now. As a parent of a toddler and newborn, I can tell you it will be impossible to keep parents away. It could be considered discrimination if you think anyone with a few cubs shouldn’t be allowed in places to eat. As much as I love my children, I don’t always want to stay home, or go to a child-friendly establishment for that matter. At some point, you get tired of sippy cups and plastic cutlery. In the same breath, my husband and I have a “not us” policy. In case you don’t know what that is, should our 18-month-old get a little unruly while we’re out eating, we ask for boxes to wrap up our food and head home. One thing I think we can all agree on is that yelling at a kid isn’t exactly good for business. It’s okay to feel frustrated and ask a patron to leave should you feel it necessary. However, screaming at someone’s child could very well be grounds to fight. I was just about ready to write off the owner of this restaurant as crazy until I read reports the patrons’ child was crying for close to 45 minutes. While yelling at a toddler probably isn’t best (the parents deserved it), at some point, you need to ask yourself when enough is enough. Before I had kids, I never understood how or why parents would allow their little ones to act crazy in public establishments. Years later with two under age two, I now get how real the struggle is. One thing I always try to keep in mind is everyone else. My family is the world to me, but the universe does not revolve around them. I’ve been in restaurants where I couldn’t hear myself think — let alone the person I was eating with — because. Source: madamenoire.com
I will not be adding to it. Yes, there are negative things that the Duchess of Cambridge will doubtless already be discovering: the inexplicable tantrums. the random outbursts of violence. the enraged cutlery-throwing. the relentless demands about everything from iPad use to preferred foods. Believe me, many is the time I’ve been smacked in the face by my children apropos of nothing. But, as my second child approaches this milestone, I think it’s time to stand up and declare that two-year-olds are terrific, not terrible. Consider, for example, their totally uncompromising approach to absolutely everything. When it comes to resolute psychological manipulation, CIA torturers have nothing on a two-year-old. “Want tee-vee. ” “Not now darling. ” “Want tee-vee. ” “Not now darling. ” “WANT TEE-VEE. You can’t have it. ” “WANT TEE-VEE. ” And so on, ad nauseam until finally, you crack and switch the damn thing on. It’s exhausting, and yet also impressive. Trying to get a paste-loaded toothbrush in their mouths. Not a chance. Want to spoon the food in to speed things along a bit. Two-year-olds are fiercely independent. You can only admire their tenacity, wonder at the strength of their personality – and inevitably, weep at the weakness of your own. But at least you know what they want. Which is, often, and sometimes only inadvertently, to do the right thing. As every canny mother knows, they delight in being helpful, as it makes them feel grown-up. Channel this. Can’t be bothered to unload the dishwasher. Commandeer a two-year-old (just make sure the plates are plastic). Want someone to pick things up off the floor while you recline on the sofa. It’s a dream job for a toddler – as long as you’re not too fussy about what happens to said items. It only gets better: once they head towards three, you can teach them to use the Nespresso machine. They also start learning to talk – and sing. Is there anything more charming than the sound of a waddling mite disjointedly warbling Old Macdonald Had A Farm to himself, complete with snorting noises for the pigs as he potters about the house. Or the sheer delight you’ll experience as a chubby finger points towards something and a sound approximating its name comes out. Experts reckon that the average two-year-old manages to add about five new words to their vocabulary every day. That’s a lot of “aah” moments. And, admittedly, some embarrassing. Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
Responses on Twitter to the Norwich presenter’s tweet included: “Noooooooo that’s just wrong on ALL levels . ” from Humphrey’s TV counterpart Phil Vickery and “That’s pretty tight. ” from Dylan Mohammad-Smart. In response to Mr Humphrey’s tweet a spokesperson for Abellio Greater Anglia said: “Cutlery packs are provided free of charge with any food or drink purchase from our on-board cafe bars. There is a small charge when no other purchase is made. Source: www.edp24.co.uk
His consumer company Jarden Corp. agreed to buy plastic cutlery and plate maker Waddington Group Inc. for $1.35 billion while Platform Specialty Products Corp., Franklin's investment vehicle with Nicolas Berggruen, is to acquire electronic chemicals
At some point, you get tired of sippy cups and plastic cutlery. In the same breath, my husband and I have a “not us” policy. In case you don't know what that is, should our 18-month-old get a little unruly while we're out eating, we ask for boxes to
Heck, let's assume five of those bags were just napkins are cutlery that's still over 200 pounds of chicken (assuming the average tensile strength of a standard plastic bag). The moral of this story is simple: DeAndre Jordan's situation was weird
Waddington, owned by private equity firm Olympus Partners, makes plastic plates, cups and cutlery. It is expected to contribute about $800 million to Jarden's revenue in 2016. The deal is Jarden's second biggest after its $1.75 billion acquisition of
A more minimalist approach would be to use a towel on the floor in place of a rug, any plastic cup for a toothbrush holder, and regular bar of soap in a dish. Bedroom: linen, pillows, comforters, nightstand lamp. You will need them all. Kitchen: hand
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