Ahhhh, the women of Wal-Mart LOL!

Ds does 99% of our Wal-Mart shopping and dh most of the rest of it, occasionally I’ll go in, but very rarely. Ds has made the remark that he wonders why the people that shop there with a large extended family now are not like the ones he grew up with. What he means is all the families he knew as a child and through his teen years the children went with their folks to the store. They helped with the shopping, they were quiet and well behaved, and it didn’t matter if it was 1 kid or 20 no one ran up and down the aisle screaming—or if they did they got a “trip to the car”…
He came in last Friday talking about the families at Wal-Mart again. He witnessed a family with four children totally out of control, the kids were tearing things off the shelves (even broke a bottle of something on purpose), taking labels off of things, got rude with the samples lady, and screamed the entire time while the parents totally ignored them. When one purposefully rammed a cart into his he nearly lost it. (His mother’s child) He says he KNOWS there are good parents out there (as the ones on this list are), but they sure aren’t shopping at our Wal-Mart. Do we have a monopoly on the parents who don’t love their children enough to discipline them at our Wal-Mart, or do others have this problem too?