Mom slammed online for dragging her baby through airport on a leash

Being a parent is one of the most rewarding experiences a person can have. However, with the small bundles of joy come huge obligations, and most moms and dads find themselves divided between a slew of commitments as they try to discover ways to deal with their children’s tantrums.The truth is that folks who have never had children on their own are quick to criticise others’ parenting abilities, despite being utterly oblivious of what other parents go through with their children.

A video from 2019 that recently surfaced online has made quite a stir on social media. It depicts a mother at an airport dragging her young boy to the ground with a leash fastened around his chest.As expected, many people judged her for her actions and accused her of being a bad parent, but others said they could understand her because children can be difficult at times and this was the only way she knew of getting out of whatever situation the child had put her in.

The video was uploaded to TikTok by user @cacadoodledoo83 (Erica Shupe Hall), who captioned it, “Leaving Cancun is difficult…”I understand, buddy.” Millions of people watched the video and left thousands of comments. “My OCD would not let me drag my child across that filthy floor.” “I’d rather pick him up, but I guess I’m unique,” one user remarked. “Awful parent. “That is child abuse,” said another.

`”At that point, I just carry mine.” “I’m not dragging them across that filthy floor,” a third added. “There is a difference, in my opinion, [between] using a harness for the safety of your child and dragging the child with it on the ground,” wrote another judge. I would never do that to my dog, and I would never do that to my child.”

Those who stood by the mother’s side and agreed that they understood her sorrow in dealing with disobedient children also commented. “Lmao! “Do what you gotta do, momma,” a user named Sophia wrote. “I’m not saying it’s correct… I’m saying I get it! “Show me a perfect parent who has never made a mistake of judgment or hasn’t done whatever it takes to get through the day,” someone another said.

“I don’t see any problem with this,” the rest of the comments said. Although she might have carried him, he appears to be content to be dragged around. If the child had been [distressed], he would have made a commotion,” and “I had a harness and leash for my five children.” I never misplaced them. They were never hurt. They felt safe and appreciated not having to hold my hand.

I don’t recall having to drag them like this before, but I can see how it could happen.” Whatever your thoughts are on this scenario, one thing we must remember is that we should not be hasty to pass judgment because every family is having their own challenges and conflicts. Please SHARE this article on Facebook with your family and friends.

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