I think it will once I get some lunch!<quoted text>
I hope your head feels better soon!
It must have been REALLY hard not to say anything.
One of my college roommates posted on FB asking if anyone knew a way to prevent her preschooler from accessing things on the iPad other than his apps (he apparently has skyped a few people lately and bought some things on amazon using the one-click option). I made one app suggestion (Zoodles), but 2 people jumped in later on with "maybe you just shouldn't let him play with it" and. "He is too young for a $600 piece of technology". Ugh, she doesn't need her friends judging her. She also has 1 year old twins to deal with right now.
I wish moms were more supportive of each other, in general.
And I am usually very supportive and non-judgemental when I see misbehaving children. Nunu is queen of misbehaving, after all! And two of the girls' godfather's children are on the autism spectrum and their mom and I have talked at length about the looks she gets and how you really have no idea what's going on in the family when you see the hissy fit in Target (or on the L). So I tried to remember that while my eardrums were being taxed to their limit while watching mom ignore the whole situation.
And as I replied to Red, I would have helped if the mom had even tried a little bit.