Recently I used the disabled toilet with my 6 year old boy because he's too scared to go into the men's by himself (and I don't want him in there alone) and there's no way he's going into the ladies (it's way too embarrassing).
So a couple of weekends ago, on a
And this brings me to my question...
Are disabled toilets supposed to be exclusively for disabled persons?
Are disabled toilets there for everyone as well as accommodating the needs of disabled persons?
I mean, really....how often have you seen a disabled person waiting at the toilets anyhow...and if they did have to wait one...two minutes...is that unreasonable?
It's not like an exclusive disabled carpark. They really are only meant for disabled persons...just in case you weren't sure. I would never park in one of those. The time your car is parked is quite a bit longer than the time your butt is parked on the toilet. It's not the same.
Which brings me to my main point for writing this post.
Why are parent toilet facilities not available everywhere!?
And what are we supposed to do with our big-little kids if they aren't available??