Post # 45
And this is why I purchased from a salon that does not ALLOW children to even enter the front-door. Sorry to all the mommy brides out there, but your kids don’t belong in a bridal salon- it’s not a place for children.
Post # 46
I agree one of the staff members should have said something..I cant believe you were able to bite your tongue, not sure i could have..:)
That said I have kids and my kids know to behave..:) I took DD5 when i went to try on my dress again as it was on hold. She was in dressing room with me and came out briefly sat on a chair..and then she tried on flower girl dresses….she will need to go back with me to get her dress fitted as well…shes very petite..
All im saying is you cant ban kids from such places or there would be no flower girls or ring bearers..They need to be clothed 🙂 But someone preferably parents then if not store management needs to control them.
Post # 47
Why did the seamstress just cry? She has all the right to say something.
Post # 48
i would have lost it. i think they lady should have talked to the other party about contorlling the kids.
Post # 49
Girrrrrrrrrlllllllllllllll!!! I would of said something to the parents the first time that happen!!! I would of been pissed!!!!!! I have very young kids and I would never ever have my kids running around like that in a bridal store!!!
Post # 50
I got a headache just reading this. I have no patience for much of anything and this scenario would have made me LOSE IT. LOSE.IT.
Oh, uggh…..I’m so thankful children are afraid of me.’