Of course she went on to wonder why society doesn’t have some similiar regulation for those wanting to parent.
Was the woman actually suggesting government and municipalities regulate our God-given right to produce the wonderful little likenesses of ourselves?
Maybe? Maybe not. Absurd? Maybe we’d better think about this.
One of this week’s parenting headline horror stories (and there are several every week), is all about the mom who hired pole dancers for her son’s sixteenth birthday party.
South Glens Falls Police arrested Judy Viger, 33, a New York mother, and charged her with 5 counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
While the story is headlines now, the party was reported to have been held back in November at a local bowling center.
News reports say that Viger is accused of hiring two women to dance with – and on – teens at the party. Pictures emerged from the party on-line, some showing a “scantily clad, tattooed, woman clinging upside down to a seated teen.”
Too many young people grow into their role of being a parent without the benefit of having been raised by parents who had a formula for delivering success.
I’ll vote for the education component and hope that the courts in South Glen Falls order Viger into parenting classes.