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They grow up so fast...I sure hope that taught her a lesson...bleach his brain as well
ACTUALLY it is op's fault for letting her child do that. parents these days are afraid to disipline their children and just let them do whatever they want. op never should have let their six year old crawl on the floor to begin with, let alone crawl through someones legs
I would have been embarrased for her. 6 years old Is a little too old for that type of thing to happen.
I actually have kids. The child does what the parent allows. Its not the kids fault in this situation it's the parents. There's no way the child should even be running around,let alone CRAWLING all over the supermarket. I'm not saying put him on a leash I'm saying gain control. Not all 6 year Olds are out of control. Do you have kids?
I am saying that when wearing a dress or skirt your ass shouldn't be bare. Im all for "to each their own" but maybe by the kids reaction, they'll wear some kind of underwear. I personally find it gross to go commando, but that's me. And yes, that IS a teaching moment for the kid because you teach him not to crawl under people, how to ask questions subtly and to mind his own. Then again, I believe in modesty and manners, so bring on the down votes if you disagree.
#94 it's fine to have your own opinion. It's not fine to say she has been taught a lesson, as such, because OP didn't watch their child. (Or perhaps the child is real bad apple, which needs to be addressed.) if you don't want to go commando, don't. The women clearly did, so let her be. Jesus...
I see your point. We all are raised differently and have different point of views and thats ok. I was always told that a lady wears underwear when wearing a skirt or dress so that her bottom doesn't show (goes the same with keeping your legs together when in a skirt and out in public). I would be embarrassed too if it was my kid and apologize, but it really is something to teach your kid not to do. He is 6- Thats old enough to know better than crawl under people's legs. I am not messing with the lady. I wasn't really concerned with the lady not wearing panties as much as the kid looking up into her skirt. I'm not arguing either, simply having a discussion ;)