tee.air.rah 1 child; California 1184 posts
1st May '13
Quoting kelsey brooke (::" yeah, I thought about looking for their parents, but (no offense to anyone and where they live) but ... [snip!] ... for the kids sake that they keep a better eye on their kids. its a messed up world out there, anything could happen to them."

Lol I understand. Because I was like, I'd probably go look for them. Then I thought about where I live and was like, nahh. I might get shot.

Kaleighshaleigh 3 kids; USA 5487 posts
1st May '13

Is it possible that their parents are doing what you're doing and watching from a distance?

Madi's*Mama Due November 2; 1 child; Holland, Michigan 7391 posts
1st May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kaleighshaleigh:</b>" Is it possible that their parents are doing what you're doing and watching from a distance?"</blockquote>

No one was outside but it is possible they were in their living room. If one had fallen in the pond or something though it would take a few minutes to open the door and run out. These sliders are a b***h to open lol

*Mary Moon* 1 child; New York 3595 posts
1st May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting kelsey brooke (::</b>" I actually had three little girls between the ages of 4-6 walk into my house into my kitchen asking for ... [snip!] ... my LO ice cream from the ice cream truck. I couldn't believe it. some people are ridiculous. never seen these kids in my life."</blockquote>

This reminds me of the time a dirty little toddler in dirty shorts, no shoes or shirt walked onto our moving truck. He didn't say a word, just walked up it and stood there and started touching our stuff. We had to call the police and have them take him because no one came up the street looking for him or anything. None of my neighbors had ever seen him and nor had we the year we lived there so we had no choice but to call the cops. I felt bad because I felt like it would cause some serious problems when the cops found the family of this filthy poorly dressed toddler walking around barefoot two houses down from an intersection on an extremely busy street, but par for the course. If that kid had not come to us I shudder to think of what would have happened if he made it to the intersection. I know it only takes a second for a child to walk out the door and it can happen to anyone but that kid could have been hit by a car, he was just an itty bitty little guy, probably 3 maybe a really small shy or delayed 4 year old tops.