So we all love babies (though there are always a few people who are not crazy about babies). How do you feel about moms changing baby diapers in a public eating place?
This topic was sparked by an incident in a restaurant where a group of family friends went to for lunch. So what do you think about whether it is appropriate for a baby’s diaper to be changed at the dining table or in the restaurant (or as a matter of fact anywhere people are eating)?
The baby has a dirty diaper or has soiled his/her diaper and its needs to be changed as soon as possible. It does happen and moms get into arguments with restaurant managers etc who ask them to leave the premises if they must change the diapers.
Changing diapers is a messy situation we all know. The smell, the inconvenience of having to keep the useless diaper somewhere (some might even keep it on a seat someone will seat on later, urgggghhh) and the chances that people around are going to be giving you very angry or uncomfortable glances.
Is it admissible, given the hygiene implications?
Let us know what you think..
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