This weekend I'm at the park with my dd and my mom. There were other parents there with their children and when my two year old tried to go through the only "ramp" to get to the tall slides a big kid (maybe 7 or 8) blocked her way and said "no you can't go on my ramp." I was up there with her since it was so high up so her and I both said "excuse me" three times. When the boy refused to move, I lifted my daughter up and over him then I moved his arm just enough for me to slip through. As we were about to go down the slide on the other side of the ramp, the mother of the boy says "I don't appreciate you shoving my child!" I looked down and said "I didn't shove your child, I moved his arm out of the way so we could go down the slide."
Now before all you judgies want to tell me not to put my hands on someone else's child I'll be the first to tell you that I would flip if someone put their hands on my child, however I would NOT let my child act that way and standing on the ground saying his name over and over again is obviously NOT working so get your ass up there yourself if you don't want me helping my child to go down the slide.