Dear Lady with a Louis Vuitton handbag, talking on your iPhone and not facing the play area at Chick-Fil-A where your grandson is playing,
The place is a madhouse because you and other grandparents and parents aren’t watching your children. Sure, it’s Family Night, but that doesn’t mean it’s Send Your Child Into a Closed Area and Let Them Go Crazy Night. My (almost) 3 year old wasn’t scared to be in there, but honestly, I was, so I pulled him out. And the little girl who busted her lip because of the craziness, poor thing, I hope she didn’t have to get stitches.
Family Night is awesome. My son got an awesome face painting and an alien balloon. He loved it. But you might want to hire some bodyguards for the play area.
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Gena and her husband live in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas area with their three sons. She is a former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom, blogger, and social media enthusiast. They love being outside, playing sports, raising chickens, cooking, crafting, and more!
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