So this baby walks into a bar.....
Nah, that didn't happen but I thought it might get your attention.
In Denver, CO, a very popular coffee chain, I am not going to name names, but it rhymes with Carbucks, had a little incident with a dirty diaper and a baby who was with his not-so-happy mom.
It seems that the mom was enjoying her coffee when she realized that her one-year old son needed his diaper changed. She proceeded to take him into the restroom when she discovered that there were no changing tables offered by the establishment.
Does "Carbucks" think that it's only customers are laptop carrying, blazer wearing, non-fat, skinny Mocha Cappuccino drinkers? What about the mothers who bribe their children with a Strawberries & Cream so they will do their chores after their homework is done? It seems like more and more families are frequenting this coffee heaven and maybe the owners should re-think who their clientele is.
So, to continue the story, the mother of the baby decided to change her son's diaper in the seating area, right in front of tea drinking athletes, elderly paper-readers and impatient businesspersons.
Let's just say, this is not exactly great drinking entertainment and some of the employees decided to take matters into their own hands by treating the mother with her very own clean-up towel and words of disgust and laughter.
Mom was not too happy and I am sure, a little embarrassed. She decided to give them their drink back when she poured it on the floor, causing quite a stir.
Now, I am a mom of two and I remember the days of searching for a changing table and sometimes not being successful. What was I to do? One time, when I was at the mall, I was in the only bathroom available and the only changing table was broken. Luckily, I had a changing pad in my diaper bag and a blanket that I was able to lay on the floor to get our business done. I know, not the most sanitary, but a mom's got to do what a mom's got to do!
What do you think about this story?
(Huff Post Denver was used to reference the events)