Dear oblivious mom at the park,
Are you always that oblivious to what your child is doing or do you just not care? You know the kid I’m speaking of, the two-year-olds in a T-shirt and diaper running around a public park, pushing, shoving, kicking, and throwing sand at the other kids. Just because this particular park is fenced in, doesn’t mean you get to ignore your child for the next 45 minutes. Higher babysitter if you need a break. Maybe if you watch your child more and spent a little less gossiping about the other moms she wouldn’t be the playground outcast. There’s a reason why none of the other kids want to play with your daughter, it’s because your sweet little girl is a bully.
So I’m going to warn you now so that you aren’t terribly shocked when it happens. The next time your daughter pushes, kicks, hits, or steals a toy for my daughter or one of her friends, if you don’t correct her I will.