Kourtney Kardashian Tweets: Stop Shushing My Kids On Planes

Wed, January 29, 2014 10:59am EST by 26 Comments
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Posted at 6:20 PM on September 24, 2014  

An outstanding share! I have just forwarded this onto a coworker
who was conducting a little homework on this. And he actually
ordered me lunch due to the fact that I
stumbled upon it for him… lol. So let me reword this…. Thank YOU
for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time to discuss this subject here on your web site.

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Erica Jakubik

Posted at 12:36 PM on August 5, 2014  

The child is child everyone know it! If the know in air plain it dangerous the don’t make noise but ,the dont know.The parents also must teach ,not only from kardashian !!

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valentinomonroe1

Posted at 11:16 AM on February 22, 2014  

Those kids don’t act wild on the show or even in public.People on flights want total silence and that’s because they are frazzled and want complete pin drop silence from jet lag.Look at Kourtney she’s not hyper and hardly speaks fast or loud so any noise her kids or any other kid makes on a flight irriate people.

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Okay

Posted at 9:10 PM on January 31, 2014  

Babies are not going to nap when you would like them to…They’re babies. Babies cry. She has very small children. I’m positive they don’t understand that the man next to them wants to sleep…. This is one of the reasons I don’t fly… My son has ADHD. Wouldn’t want to deal with this headache.

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Passenger

Posted at 7:14 PM on January 30, 2014  

Her children were probably loud and it does NOT matter why. Would she be happy if her kids were napping on the flight and other children were loud and unruly…probably not. Keep your kids quiet like other people do. We do not care what their last name is or what their zip code is. A noisy child distrubs all the other passengers. Show some consideration or take a road trip next time. Maybe you can make some money and aire it!

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Elsa

Posted at 3:30 PM on January 30, 2014  

Why do so many people think this is about NOISE? “Cover your mouth” is what you tell someone when they COUGH or SNEEZE. The air on planes is recycled and people do not want to get sick. If the parent is not telling the kid to cover his/her mouth (or covering FOR him or her), then it’s reasonable to expect someone else to ask them.

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Parent of Two Eagle Scouts

Posted at 2:42 PM on January 30, 2014  

I think when other people’s children are being disruptive in public you have a right to ask them to control them IF the parents are ignoring the behavior. If the parent is trying to quiet a yelling or crying child, then cut them a break.

But we have a right to travel without listening to whining and loud chatter from other people’s children (and cell phone conversations) just as we have the right to not be disturbed by second hand smoke. Take some responsibility parents (and Kortney K). And stop dressing your son up like an idiot in those hats.

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Some people

Posted at 12:02 PM on January 30, 2014  

I’ve tried shushing my 1yr old at church,,,doesn’t work. I believe that’s why they invented children’s church. Lol. Shushing is useless and only upsets the child more.

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rachel s.

Posted at 10:50 PM on January 29, 2014  

Obviously those shushing her kids have never traveled with an over tired toddler on a long flight.

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get a grip

Posted at 5:09 AM on January 30, 2014  

This “my sister made a porn tape” thats why I’m better than you person is wrong! Control your kids on a flight. We are all stuck in tight spots…I do what I can to make my neighbor happy. How dare you think you have more rights than anyone else on the flight. Don’t you have enough money to book a private jet? If you think you are above the rules and should get a pass b/c you are a bad mom and don’t make your kid behave….PLEASE…book a private flight! Don’t think I will be pleased cause I’m seated next to you…you are nothing to me. My year is not made cause you were seated next to me….not everyone loves you. This goes to everyone who thinks they are better than everyone else….just not the kar trash ains!

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LIsa

Posted at 5:50 PM on January 30, 2014  

All of the flight they have taken with their kids and this is the first incident that we have heard of. Kourt appears to be a good mom, why all the hate towards her. Leave her alone.

 
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Shelly

Posted at 7:59 PM on January 29, 2014  

Is she f*cking crazy. Not only would I ask her to control her kids I would report her to the flight attendant. No one wants to be on a flight with a kids who don’t know how to behave. That goes for her kids or any other kids.

Rent a private plane if she can’t control her kids on a commercial flight. She has the money. The Kardashians need a reality check.

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mkat

Posted at 3:04 PM on January 29, 2014  

Quit giving the Kardashians a ‘pass’ on proper behavior. Yes children fly, but a four yr old can be taught/trained to BEHAVE in public. Flying is expensive and that other passenger is entitled to certain expectations during a flight. Maybe that was a ‘long saved for trip’ for that person and your child was disturbing the peace. If you are SO OFFENDED by someone else HAVING to ‘shush’ your child, step up and act like a parent—teach your kid how to behave in confined spaces OR shush him yourself, mom. Or maybe you were busy on your cell phone….who knows.

We just spent time flying surrounded by 5 kids from another family, on their way to DisneyWorld Two right in front of us w/ mom, one (8 yrs) beside me and one (kindergartener) across the isle w/ dad, the oldest child seated alone, further up. These are excited kids, but, soooo very well behaved! No loud talking, seats were not flung back and forth, no running around, no whining, begging or complaining. Children can be taught—IF you choose to. If you don’t, you just might end up with a “Beiber Junior”.

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Damn!

Posted at 1:11 PM on January 29, 2014  

I feel it’s the parents responsibility to keep their kids in line.
I was lucky to have given birth to two very good travelers. I also tried to travel at times I knew they would sleep for most of the trip. Whether it was by car or plane or bus.
They are 21 and 12 now so I have no problems there.But if a child is being disruptive to others the parent is the one that should put them back in line.
I have also run into parents that see their children doing things down right terrible and they say NOTHING! but the minute you tell the child something, they want to jump up and get on you.
I have also told parents that the child was bothering me or doing something they shouldn’t.
Some would get on the child others did nothing and the child ended up getting hurt because of dangerous behavior.
Lets face it though, some people are just not good parents or have a very messed up parenting style.

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Devin

Posted at 1:00 PM on January 29, 2014  

Scott was probably drunk, useless and no help to her at all – what a flake!

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Coughing?

Posted at 12:59 PM on January 29, 2014  

Cover your mouth sounds like something someone would say to a child who is coughing. I know that airplanes are terribly small enclosed places, and horrible about spreading germs, but kids are kids. They are still learning to cover their mouths when coughing. This article seems totally blown up, as usual.

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Wow

Posted at 12:37 PM on January 29, 2014  

Air pressure is terrible even for me.. Couldn’t began to believe the pressure for a small infant or child.

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Lucky

Posted at 12:33 PM on January 29, 2014  

She’s lucky they didn’t get hit. People are not only are rude and overstep their boundaries .. They also hit other people kids. Just ask the other lady whose child(1yr old) was hit in the face by a stranger on a plane for crying.

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Elin

Posted at 12:22 PM on January 29, 2014  

As a mother who travelled with her kids VERY frequently their entire lives, I have a very strong opinion on the topic. As a child, teen, and a mother, I travelled several times a year. As a child, my parents controlled me on planes so I wouldn’t cry, I was responsible for myself on planes from about 11+, I gave my boarding passes and stuff, took care of what needed to be done and whatnot. As a young mother, I still wanted to live my life, so when me and my girlfriends wanted to go to Mexico, I brought the kids along. They were quiet on planes, because if I couldn’t control them after their first plane ride, they wouldn’t be coming on all of my cool holidays. Now they definitely can handle themselves, and although they’re only between 4-11, I would trust the older ones to fly by themselves, and if the toddlers could handle airports alone, id trust them aswell.

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mkat

Posted at 3:10 PM on January 29, 2014  

Thank you! Too many parents these days are either afraid to discipline their kids, too lazy or inconvenienced by their own children. It’s a parent’s job to teach/train their children how to behave in public. THANK YOU for being one of those parents!

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KT

Posted at 12:19 AM on January 30, 2014  

Well good for you. But not every one is perfect. No child is the same. Even if people ACT like they are. And who’s to say there wasn’t an underlying issue as to why her kids were acting out? Maybe they weren’t feeling well? Unless I’m mistaken, this is the first report where Kourtney’s parenting as been put in questioning. One time her kids act out and all of a sudden she’s a bad parent? Please. If that was our basis on every situation, every child would be in protective services..

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Calico

Posted at 12:07 PM on January 29, 2014  

If more than one passenger was ¨shushing¨ then the kids were probably excessively loud. Kourt, tame your kids.

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You Must Be Gullible

Posted at 11:55 AM on January 29, 2014  

If you could control your children then no one would have to shush them for you. The oldest of hers is old enough to know “use your indoor voice” and the other is small enough to shove a binkie, bottle or breast in her mouth until she falls asleep.

No one else should have to suffer because of your bad parenting.

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Hilaria

Posted at 11:41 AM on January 29, 2014  

If parents aren’t controlling their children, I think others should be able to speak out. However, you have to take into consideration the environment you’re in. Some kids have to be removed from a situation to be “controlled” or managed, and this simply isn’t possible on an airplane. But yes, if someone is letting thier children run around in a restaurant I will speak to them.

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Mister Baja

Posted at 11:18 AM on January 29, 2014  

scott winns the “Worst Dad Of California”-award.

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I HATE THE KARDASHIAN-JENNER TRASH

Posted at 11:06 AM on January 29, 2014  

that trash was probably acting like a queen, screaming and shouting. I think it was her that people were shushing, not her kids

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