A couple in Alberta, Canada were surprised to find themselves in receipt of a ‘well-behaved kids’ discount after eating out with their one-year-old daughter.
Daley and Alice Welsh were visiting the Carino Japanese Bistro on Mother’s Day with little Evie when they noticed the $5 reduction on their bill.
“We never expected it,” Daley told The Huffington Post in an email. “With Evie being our first child and hitting her first-year, it felt like getting an A on your parenting report card.”
For full Huffington Post article visit: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/12/parents-receive-well-behaved-kid-discount-_n_5310842.html?1399927874&ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000037
What are your thoughts on the family’s discount? Should the parents of well-behaved children be rewarded? Or should good behaviour when eating out be the rule, rather than the exception? What about the parents of children with special needs who find ‘good’ behaviour more difficult? Please share your thoughts by commenting below.