From theft, that is. How is it people park expensive strollers at places like Disneyland yet no one walks off with them. Is there some sort of mom code?
|I'd say there is a definite "mom code" when it comes to strollers. But I tend not to leave expensive equipment like digital cameras or video cameras in the strollers (or my purse) when we are on rides.|
|In today's day and age there's no such thing as a mom code. People will say, do and steal just about anything! It's called "living on the edge" when one chooses to leave their camera and wallet-filled strollers at Disneyland. When you're hot, hungry and over Mickey -- safety becomes the last thing one worries about. It's about convenience, getting in line fast and managing the kids. So, I guess there is a code -- I am a mom -- I will park my stroller where I want -- everyone else leave it alone or karma will get you.|
|Yes, there is a mom code that says you don't mess with someone else's stroller. You just don't. Moms don't mess with other moms' stuff.|
|I hate the idea of leaving my stroller in those stroller areas but when you're not allowed to bring them in, your hands are tied. I left my brand new stroller outside at a museum and it made me uneasy the entire time. Now it is so old and damaged, I doubt anyone would want it.|
|I trust that no mom wants to deal with my kid's slobber -- and that's why they won't snag my stroller. I wouldn't want theirs!
Do you leave your stroller unattended? Is there really a mom code?