Eeeesh, I misspelled in my title, and I can't figure out how to edit it.......sorry
Again, the guy was jealous. I hope that you continue to proudly and fearlessly carry your babe in your moby wrap. HAPPY MOTHER's DAY.
PS: You must be doing something awesome if its getting that much attention. I bet that that guy's legs hurt and he wanted to get in the wrap... and all that he could do was insult you, because of his envy
or the all-encompassing and hard to argue with:
"This works for us" or "She loves it! And so do I! Hands free!"
Jenna ~ mommy to Sophia Elise (1/06), Oliver Matthew (7/07) and Avery Michael (3/10)
Wading slowly and nervously into this homeschooling thing.
I still carry my almost 4 year old in both my sling and my Moby....I wonder what he would have had to say about that???!!!
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Maybe you should have said "you're not walking so well yourself, you ought to get a wheelchair"
There are wheelchair-using mamas on MDC... I'm not trying to be oversensitive, but I do think disablism passes much more easily on this forum than, for instance, racism or sexism, and it is a pretty prevalent societal problem.
That said, that guy needs to shut his mouth! That comment of his really steamed me : .
You'd love to hear twhat I said when they all asked "is your next baby a boy too, or did you get lucky and have a girl this time?" Grrrrrr.
how 'bout " if i want bad parenting advice , i'll ask your mother" , ooohhh rude people tick me off!
I'm sorry you had to go through that. I hate when rude people decide to open their mouths and try to pass off their advice, (which, not to be too kind, but I have found most often they are of the decidedly NON-babywearing generation - that said - it doesn't make it okay, but I understand where it comes from).
When anyone says anything to me I do one of two things, depending on my mood. If it's said in a sincere, I'm-trying-to be-helpful way, I smile, and say "Thanks for the advice, but as you can see, we're both happy with our way.", or I look them up and down, and say "Oh really? What are these new-fangled "strollers" you speak of? I've never heard of them.", and then I walk off.
Why don't you just pump so you can give her a bottle while you're out?
No way - we don't *do* bottles.
Why don't you use a stroller?
We don't *do* strollers - highly inconvenient things!
You use cloth diapers? Isn't that a lot of work?
We don't *do* disposables - why would I when my washing machine works?
That's not to say that I stick to my statements 100%.....because I *do* occasionally use an umbrella stroller or a 'sposie dipe. But strangers don't need to know that, especially when making uninvited comments!
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