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Old 05-26-2013, 06:36 PM   #526
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We were there when the guys and his wife brought their daughter up there to satellite falls! We left before the yelling tho, I guess we missed out.
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Old 05-26-2013, 06:46 PM   #527
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Not shocking but unexpected.

We were on a Princess cruise in Alaska about 12 years ago. I love whales and dolphins and was hoping to see some on the cruise. My SIL and I had even taken an whale watching excursion. There were some cute seals but no whales, and all week long no whales. So, it's the last night and we are coming into Seward. It's about 2am, and I can't sleep so I decide to go watch the ship dock. It's not all that dark because it was in late June. I am enjoying the peacefulness and no one else is on deck expect a few crew members on the section of the bridge that extends out over the water. They are watching the pilot's boat approach and then I notice the pilot has some friends. A pod of about 30 orcas is swimming close to the pilot boat The whales then swam along besides the Princess for about 5 minutes and them swam away. Of course I had no camera, but I was thrilled to see some whales. And, as I hadn't seen any all week it was unexpected.
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Old 05-27-2013, 01:54 AM   #528
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Diaper change

I saw a woman changing her baby's diaper right there in MDR at dinner time. The baby was probably 1 year old, standing up, and she was changing pull-up type diaper.
It was quick, but I saw it because our table was next to theirs.
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Old 05-27-2013, 03:06 AM   #529
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I saw a woman changing her baby's diaper right there in MDR at dinner time. The baby was probably 1 year old, standing up, and she was changing pull-up type diaper.
It was quick, but I saw it because our table was next to theirs.
I just witnessed something very similar on the WBPC cruise. One night in Tritons we saw a baby striped down to its diaper and stood on the table. Gross. The MDR is not a appropriate place for that.

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Old 05-27-2013, 04:21 AM   #530
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We were on a Princess cruise in Alaska about 12 years ago. I love whales and dolphins and was hoping to see some on the cruise. My SIL and I had even taken an whale watching excursion. There were some cute seals but no whales, and all week long no whales. So, it's the last night and we are coming into Seward. It's about 2am, and I can't sleep so I decide to go watch the ship dock. It's not all that dark because it was in late June. I am enjoying the peacefulness and no one else is on deck expect a few crew members on the section of the bridge that extends out over the water. They are watching the pilot's boat approach and then I notice the pilot has some friends. A pod of about 30 orcas is swimming close to the pilot boat The whales then swam along besides the Princess for about 5 minutes and them swam away. Of course I had no camera, but I was thrilled to see some whales. And, as I hadn't seen any all week it was unexpected.
WOW That would have made the entire cruise $ worth it!
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Old 05-27-2013, 11:27 AM   #531
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I just witnessed something very similar on the WBPC cruise. One night in Tritons we saw a baby striped down to its diaper and stood on the table. Gross. The MDR is not a appropriate place for that.

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Wow. At least the woman I saw was letting her baby stand on the floor.
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:40 AM   #532
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Are you sure that wasn't a comment on what they thought of the menu offerings?
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:35 PM   #533
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When we were at castaway key earlier this month there was a mom letting her two little boys poop next to the line for cookies 2.
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:54 PM   #534
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When we were at castaway key earlier this month there was a mom letting her two little boys poop next to the line for cookies 2.
On the GROUND??? Why??? Ewwww
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:06 PM   #535
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When we were at castaway key earlier this month there was a mom letting her two little boys poop next to the line for cookies 2.
Ok, this is why is say, and I am sorry if this upsets some, "you need a license to drive a car. ". That is just gross and I would have ripped this parent a new one for that. Normally I keep my mouth shut, like I did during the diaper baby on the table and shake my head in disbelief, this I would have gone off.
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ok, this is why is say, and i am sorry if this upsets some, "you need a license to drive a car. ". That is just gross and i would have ripped this parent a new one for that. Normally i keep my mouth shut, like i did during the diaper baby on the table and shake my head in disbelief, this i would have gone off.
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:02 PM   #537
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There was some talk about this:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXrNr1Cuypk

What I learned from this, and all posts, is that it is a hobby for some.

I always wondered what the stateroom hostess must of thought and here she answers:


"They did come with us most of the time, but usually we wouldn't take them to breakfast so when the room people came in to clean we would leave them in their bed. The room people loved them, they met them˙ day one on the ship. So when they came in the room they weren't freaked out or anything lol The room person would actually move them and take them out of their bed so he could make it. And he would sit them back nicely and do cute little things with them. "

I don't really care, except that, mom and grandma....babys don't put their hand over their heads like that when you are dressing them...drives me crazy when their feet and arms are all wrong....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPVA55YE_DA
I would have hated being their tablemates for dinner. That's not mentally healthy.
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:21 PM   #538
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There was some talk about this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXrNr1Cuypk

What I learned from this, and all posts, is that it is a hobby for some.

I always wondered what the stateroom hostess must of thought and here she answers:

"They did come with us most of the time, but usually we wouldn't take them to breakfast so when the room people came in to clean we would leave them in their bed. The room people loved them, they met them˙ day one on the ship. So when they came in the room they weren't freaked out or anything lol The room person would actually move them and take them out of their bed so he could make it. And he would sit them back nicely and do cute little things with them. "

I don't really care, except that, mom and grandma....babys don't put their hand over their heads like that when you are dressing them...drives me crazy when their feet and arms are all wrong....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPVA55YE_DA
THAT was the creepiest and most disturbing thing I've ever seen!!!
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:40 PM   #539
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I would have hated being their tablemates for dinner. That's not mentally healthy.
That was the strangest thing I have ever seen.
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Old 05-29-2013, 11:59 PM   #540
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Wow. Nightmares tonight!
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