Posted by: Admin | March 5, 2011

Happy Families

I love kids, but sometimes have an issue with their parents. I once spent a transatlantic flight witnessing a toddler being plied with fizzy drinks and e-numbers before he took off on a ceaseless rampage up and down the aisles of the plane. Tortuous for the other passengers, difficult for the staff, embarrassing for the parents and unfair on the poor little tot, who was beside himself.

It does children a disservice if they are allowed to run riot in public places – one of the duties of a parent is to help them become civilised, socialised human beings who are welcomed everywhere they go. Which is why this made me smile:



  1. Brilliant!

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