Skip to comments.Mom Says Nursing Her Child at Brad Paisley Concert Got Her the Boot
Posted on 07/11/2014 5:38:11 PM PDT by This Just In
A Brad Paisley fan says she got booted from the country singer's Thursday concert in Chula Vista for breastfeeding her baby. Local law enforcement tell a different story, saying they acted in the best interests of the woman's child.
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At least one person was enjoying the show.
Why do they keep calling today’s music “country”? Also, IIRC, Paisley is a demoncrat.
I'm old and have seen it all. It's not cute or natural to breastfeed in public. Time to grow up...at least before the baby does.
Don't pull your boob out and just let him suck.
Bring pacifiers and bottles and such.
As expected, no mention of a baby daddy.
According to the article this wasn’t about breast feeding at all. She was in an area that could be a danger to the child. She was given the option to relocate or get a refund. She chose the refund.
I feel sorry for that child, it has a ditz for a mother.
This had nothing to do with breast feeding.
I don’t object to breastfeeding in public provided you’re discreet. A country music concert is no place for a baby let alone a baby whose breastfeeding. The mother should be cited for child endangerment.
I’m not about to watch 10 minutes of reality-tv type dramatics but the cop said at the get-go that it was about endangering the child due to loud music. I call BS on this having anything to do with breatfeeding.
And the mom seems to be a loser.
It has something to do with breastfeeding insomuch as it reveals how young the baby is. Babies should never be present at such a concert.
“Keep the boobs INSIDE the shirt in public,”
Do any heterosexual males have an opinion?
Read my post #13
Yep, he and his leftwing wife....kicking the nursing mother out is a war on women.
Personally, I don’t understand why anyone would go to a “country” concert today. Especially with a nursing infant.
Exactly. Well said.
You’re absolutely right about that.
During part of the video it was fairly evident the mother was trying to make it about breast feeding. I wouldn’t be surprised if she’s one of the public breast feeding activists.
“...Do any heterosexual males have an opinion?...”
I just can’t object to open blouses. I would never voice such an objection no matter how homely the woman was.
How about how old she was?
She sounds like a seasoned activist. This seems aperpo given Mr. Paisleys political affiliations.
"apropos" is the word you are looking for
As well as a break from that deafening/damaging music for infant ears.
Best post all day.
No problem—just your friendly grammar cop on the beat ;)
You’re a good sport.
Sure hope she had some powerful ear protectors for that baby! She may not notice how loud concerts are, but that baby could experience hearing loss as a result of being among all those decibels!
Why can’t she just get a sitter, go to the concert and take off her blouse?
Seems a simple solution to me.
I’m a repeat offender. Citations are two bee axspected. :^)
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
I’ve attended a lot of stadium concerts. My ears usually ring for a day following the show. I can’t imagine the pain that baby must have endured.
How the hell could that be of any danger to the rug rodent!
How would a person like to be next to a mother with a wailing infant at a music concert...or a speech for that matter. What is wrong with young parents today?
Or a movie, or a restaurant, on in church, or EVERYWHERE!
She's foolish, though,to think a baby can nurse successfully under those conditions. Stress almost invariably results in a kid screaming, not happily, serenely and unobstrusively suckling--- which, if really unobtrusive, would not have been a problem.
Do these idiot realize that the decibels at most concerts are very damaging to hearing? I quit going because I want to preserve my hearing, which is well above most people my age. Once lost, it cannot be reversed.
My doctor is impressed with my hearing, even though she knows my military history and my participation on a competitive pistol team for years. Several hundred rounds of .45 two, three or four times per week per night.
It’s a custom for rock to be LOUD, but I don’t know why country can’t be more civilized.
The headline wasn’t misleading. The woman tried to accuse the officer of kicking her out of the concert because she was breastfeeding. She is not only a selfish mother, but the woman is also lying.
My wife and I went to a couple of Reba and George Straight concerts at the Special Events Center in Austin and the noise level was tolerable. A few weeks later, we went to a Garth Brooks concert and left after the first 30 minutes. The entire building was shaking. I had fingers in my ears and it still hurt.
Some places you can move away from noisy babies. But at concerts, movies, church, restaurants, and other places you’re stuck. Restaurants sometimes are not too bad because some of them can be fairly noisy anyway with people talking. But when I was a kid it was considered bad manners or simply not allowed to have infants in certain places. People knew better. Maybe that’s why drive-in movies were so popular.
Got that. Bur Breitbart should not have headlined her lying (and stupid) ploy for sympathy.
My wife loves going to concerts, and until two weeks ago, we still had a tube TV.
TOld her for a number of years that if just skipped 4-5 concerts, we could have a very good Smart HDTV and an excellent sound system and get a better experience than being there in person.
A number of years ago, I went with her to a Michael Buble concert. I pointed out to her two guys who seemed to be attending the concert and asked what the odds were that they were gay. She’s gone to two other Buble concerts, but with one of her gal friends.
It’s for the sake of the deaf people in the rear of the hall, I guess.
Concerts are LOUD especially in the pit! I can’t hear for two days after a concert and I’m sure as hell not that close. I can’t imagine anyone being that stupid to put either child in that situation.
Mom is an idiot. Pity the baby.
IMAGINE having twins, triplets or YIKES QUADRUPLETS!
I think my daughter and her husband just took their babies to a concert at a military base. She recorded a small clip from the concert. It wasn’t too loud where they were on the lawn. They were at a place where they could leave if they needed to leave. There were a ton of military families there. It was a family friendly atmosphere. Maybe up close to the stage was a bit more crazy.
I have been to concerts on bases, and they were family friendly. They were all country music entertainers. We did not get up close. I am not sure if we ever took an infant though we definitely took some toddlers. Everyone had fun. All of these events were free.