Drama Ensues After Daycare Teacher Refuses To Change Diaper Of Germaphobe Mom's Kid

A story from a 20-year-old woman and a preschool daycare worker went viral in the AITA community, sparking a debate about entitled parents and many things in between.

“The other day I was at a huge barbecue with some friends from high school and the friends of their parents were also there,” the woman, who goes by the handle Commercial_Object941, wrote. She ran into one of her preschoolers and her mom, who, after a few minutes, said that her kid’s diaper was dirty and asked if the author could change it. At first, the author thought it was a joke.

But then the lady made it very clear she was being dead serious. “No, really, I don’t change diapers,” the mother of the baby insisted and even had some arguments on why prepared up her sleeve.

Read on for this rather unusual incident right below and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments.

Image credits: LinkedIn Sales Solutions (not the actual image)

Image credits: RODNAE Productions (not the actual photo)

Image credits: Commercial_Object941

According to Marissa McKenna, a mom to four children who runs a parenting blog called Mommy Knows What’s Best, an experienced parent would know what to expect when it comes to changing diapers in public. However, for a new parent, the first public diaper change could be a daunting task. “It’s all about being prepared when you bring your baby out in public places,” she told us in a previous interview.

McKenna argues that when you need to change a diaper in public, there are a few extra things to think about that you wouldn’t worry about at home. She reminds parents to consider these things: “Is there a safe space to lay down the baby? Is the space clean enough for the baby? Is it a blowout that may require extra supplies or help? If you cloth diaper, are you prepared to store the soiled diaper in your bag until you get home? Who is around that may be watching? If you have another child with you, who’s going to keep an eye on that child so you can manage the diaper change?”

“To us adults, going to the bathroom is a private event, unless of course you’re a mom with little kids. We don’t want to see or smell other people’s waste, especially when we’re eating or drinking. And if you’re someone with a weak stomach, it can ruin your day,” McKenna explained.

She continued: “I think any backlash comes when a parent tries to change a baby’s diaper on a surface or in a place that is used by the general public to eat or drink or even sit. No matter how tiny the baby is, it just isn’t right.”

Many people expressed their support for the author in the comments

After getting a lot of feedback, the author came back with an update

Font: https://www.boredpanda.com/entitled-mom-asks-daycare-worker-to-change-kids-diapers-outside-work-hours/