Saturday, May 5, 2007

Dear law students with small children,

Bringing your toddlers to school during finals and letting them loose to run shrieking through the halls is not "cute." I'm glad you have a happy family and it's swell that you're working hard in law school to provide them with a good life. But guess what? A few hundred other people are in the building right now TAKING EXAMS and they have paid a shit-ton of money to do so. This is not "fun happy family time." So here's a thought--DON'T BRING YOUR KIDS TO SCHOOL IN THE MIDDLE OF FINALS.

The fact that this is even an issue is fucking ridiculous.


Everybody with some semblance of a brain


Daisy Duke said...

Wait? Seriously? I get mad when people eat loud food in the library during finals. If I saw a small child I'd usher them into an empty class room and lock the door.

Butterflyfish said...

As a mom of a toddler, and the friend of a 1L mom with *twin* toddlers who has massive childcare issues... I have to wholeheartedly agree.

My friend has had to bring her girls to school... between classes, etc., she's either outside or in the undergrad commuter lounge (there's TV) -- far far away from law students.

Point: there are alternatives to shreiking through the hallway, even for the most desperate mommy.