Annette is one year and a half old and nothing stops her. She unlocks doors, unscrews bottle caps, and unwraps candy…
… Clever girl… *raptors happen*
My mother keeps telling me stories of how I was always messing about the house, much like Annette, opening, closing… breaking, and then “fixing” things….
Unfortunately, I have no choice but to use disabled/handicapped toilets, which is a pain when shopping malls, cinemas and the like double them up with baby changing rooms (not so much for the dual usage, but for the state some parents leave behind them). However, one place has a larger room with disablity friendly loo, child sized toilet, changing table and… a small seat with a seatbelt that unfolds from the wall ! I was grateful for that a few times when my youngest was small (he’s 13 today)
I’m waiting for the dreaded moment that, someone uses the handicap restroom for such purposes, and a handicap person has to wait for them to finish, and just stares them down when they walk out, it has to have happened at least once right?
Oh for sure. I wouldn’t feel bad to use it if I have a kid and a stroller though. On my own it’d be different.
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