My mom and I were out at a restaurant the other night when a group of women presumably in their twenties were seated at the table next to us. A young child was also with them standing in a high chair!
During most of our dinner, my mom who is a kindergarten teacher was near hysterics imagining the babe falling out and cracking her head or breaking her neck. Trying to mind her p's and q's, my mom was finally fed up and approached the gaggle of girls. She simply told them how unsafe it was for the tot to be standing up and begged for them to be more cautious.
Not a mother myself, I have a hard time knowing when to cross the line. When do you think it's appropriate to say something?
—Freaked Out Diner
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