November 24, 2014

Is the no-kids-allowed movement spreading?

 

 

 

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What’s the matter with kids today and why doesn’t anyone want them around? In June, Malaysia Airlines banned babies from many of their first class cabins, prompting other major airlines to consider similar policies.

Lately, complaints about screaming kids are being taken seriously, not only by airlines, but by hotels, movie theaters, restaurants, and even grocery stores.

via The no-kids-allowed movement is spreading – Parenting on Shine.

What do you think? Is the no-kids-allowed movement spreading? Let us know if you see any evidence in your life.

Comments

  1. What kind of policy is that? Don’t they realize that those kids are one of their sources of income. Only those kids can force their parents to go there, to buy that, to visit this. They should think about that though.

  2. Kids are little people, but does that mean we allow them to do anything they want … NO way !! They are like little animals that need to be taught how to live civilized .. who’s going to do that ? … the inconsiderate in the bubble parents who think their rug rat is the best thing .of course. But they don’t, for fear that their kids won’t love them anymore .. so they give in to their every whim. Dumbass kids and even dumber parents just drive me up the wall, this is how this is why this world is becoming so rude … parents are cultivating it. They deserve it when they get banned out of places, why should we have to put up with your crap.

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