I believe that everyone who is going to become a parent, should take parenting classes (and perhaps counseling if they wish for it), because it allows them to understand their child and what they should do in certain situations.
Granted not everyone needs it, but quite a few do.
And I know one that needs it now. Her child is 18 months, and he's a walker (as he should be). She doesn't know how to watch him, at all. Causing her to walk around the church all day trying to catch up to him.
One individual at church finally got ahold of him, and watched him. And he sat, didn't cry, and was truly a good kid.
She needs classes, so badly....and it was quite sad looking at her. She's not completely there, seeing as she's in her mid-30's and still acts like a teenager, but that's not an excuse. She needs to watch him, that's her child.
...I feel like this situation is so horrible, and I'm horrified at the thought of him running where he shouldn't while she wasn't looking and getting hurt. Or worse killed.
What do I do? Or do I do nothing? This is just so...terrible!