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It’s the responsibility of the parent to ensure their child is controllable when in any public event. Especially more so for those taking said child to work or school. If you’re unable to do that it’s also your responsibility as the parent to make leave until you’re able to coddle the Warning I Have A Crazy Papa And I’m Not Afraid To Use Him Shirt. It’s not up to society to just tolerate a crying baby only for the mere fact that we all shat green and bellowed once. Difference being, our parents didn’t just allow us to. They knew their jobs.
How does one keep a baby ‘under control’? As the mum of a newborn, I’d love to know. Why did she bring her baby in the first place in the parliament? If she was so concerned about her baby she should have just stayed home and looked after him. You leave the area and walk around humming to the child rocking it in your arms just tight enough that it feels secure. But not enough to hurt it. That’s how you coddle it. 15min or so it’ll be fast asleep. Especially when it’s mother does it.
I don’t want my work interrupted by a screaming child of a coworker at my job. And yes, I don’t have any children, by choice. However, in this case that’s irrelevant. Martin – how do you know this baby was out of control as in the article it didn’t say it was? It just says the mum took her baby to work. For all we know s/he was asleep when she was asked to take the baby out of the assembly. Wouldnt want a doctor with a baby operating you , would you.
It would be asked to leave if you are a visitor or observer….As I said above I agree she shouldn’t be taking her child to work, but there is no indication that the baby was awake and making noise. Tyler – if you as a mother want to work, then you need to discuss this with the father before having the baby to make sure you can arrange childcare, or if not available he is gonna stay home. Otherwise don’t have a baby. Not the employers responsibility to sort out day care.
The baby was quite as a mouse. 5 other Assembly members came over and had the Chairman go to “discuss the matter” all the while the kid was totally fine. Also this wasn’t about her just wanting to bring her baby but was to show that there are little to no daycare options for working mothers. In a country with an aging and shrinking population they might want to help out working mothers otherwise (as evidence by their current problem) women will choose to work instead of being mothers.
I know you copied and pasted this from all the Warning I Have A Crazy Papa And I’m Not Afraid To Use Him Shirt comments, but here is my response. If Japan as a society want to survive then they should start helping working mothers with cost affordable or universal daycare options (which they explicitly denied in this case and there is no rule against her bringing her child to the chamber). Otherwise (again) their population is going to age and die off without the children to offset them for the future.