Passengers aboard Kourtney Kardashian’s Jan. 27 flight home from Mexico with her family shushed her children while they were being too noisy, and Kourt was so offended that strangers told her kids to ‘cover their mouths!’ She spoke out on Twitter to criticize those who felt free to step in on her parenting.
Kourtney Kardashian was so livid while she was traveling home from her family vacation in Mexico with Scott Disick and their kids Penelope and Mason, because strangers on the plane told her youngsters they were being too noisy. While passengers deserve their peace and quiet during their travels, Kourtney felt it was too much for them to speak out, and instead advised them to “cover YOUR mouth.” Do YOU think strangers should hold back from commenting on kids’ disruptive behavior?
Kourtney Kardashian’s Airplane Tweet: Mom Reacts To Passengers Shushing Children
Kourtney spoke out on Twitter after passengers on her airplane told her kids to cover their mouths after they were noisy on the airplane ride home.
Kourtney, who is normally even-tempered and calm, must have been very shocked by the situation, because she tweeted:
People on airplanes are so wild these days… Telling other people’s children to cover their mouths. Cover YOUR mouth.
— Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) January 29, 2014
Should Strangers Shush Noisy Kids Or Let Moms Take Over?
Kourtney’s experience sparked a conversation about how the public should relate to noisy kids in places like airplanes, movie theaters, and restaurants — quiet places where moms struggle to keep their kids on their best behavior.
Child-free patrons want to experience an escape from the chaos and enjoy their time out, but should they hold back from speaking out when someone’s kids are being disruptive? Kourtney definitely thinks so!
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Do you think passengers have the right to speak up about noisy kids or should the moms take responsibility?
— Kristine Hope Kowalski