Today I went to my regular spa for a massage, where of course they try to maintain a quiet, relaxing space for all clients. A mother showed up with her two small kids in tow playing loud video games on their ipads. She acted shocked when told she couldn't bring her kids back with her. She ended up leaving the kids in the waiting room for an hour, expecting the spa attendants to babysit them for her-which I don't even think they should have agreed to do. Is it just me or is that obnoxious, entitled behavior? Why would a parent think her kids have to be taken and welcomed everywhere they go?
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My massage therapist (in private) told me those desk workers could get into a lot of trouble with the spa manager for allowing the woman to leave the kids like that, if she finds out. That they should have refused her service, and I agree.
Not sure it's fair to say that she should be spending time with her kids instead of getting a massage. Maybe she spends all day every day with her kids and wanted an hour for herself. Moms are entitled to some 'me' time, too.
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