Parenting is a whole different level in a person’s life. It gets even trickier when parents have to look after their little ones. But what happens when one fine day you have to take CRAP from the daycare you drop your kid at? That’s what happened with a Texas mother who found a pretty blunt note on the door of the daycare. The problem was that it was instructing the parents to do something that was totally subjective. Juliana Mazurkewicz went to pick her daughter up from her daycare which shall remain nameless. It is then that she found a note pasted on the front door.

The note read, “You are picking up your child! GET OFF YOUR PHONE!!!! Your child is happy to see you! Are you happy to see your child? We have seen children trying to hand their parents their work they completed and the parent is on the phone. We have heard a child say ‘Mommy, mommy, mommy…’ and the parent is paying more attention to their phone than their own child.” They concluded their sign by saying, “It is appalling! Get off your phone!!”

Texas Mother Shares RUDE Msg On Daycare Door

The controversial message at the door of the daycare has started a heated debate online. Many think that the idea of telling parents to look away from their phones while they pick up their kids is correct. However, some oppose the harsh message and side with the Texas mom.

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One user said:

I’ve seen a lot of this myself, and it’s truly disheartening! Hopefully parents take heed of the message!

Another user wrote:

When its time to give your child attention dedicate yourself to it. Do it with passion

One user commented:

How do you know the call isnt important some people actually pic their kids up while they are working and they need that phone to do their job. How about people mind their own business and if you dont like it move on

Another user wrote:

This maybe true, but the wording is terrible! If I was a parent I would not be happy however If a nice meaningful statement replaced it that gets you thinking, with the same meaning, would probably have a much better outcome!

Juliana shared her two cents. She said, “The owner posted the sign on the door. I was surprised that they would be so bold, but also I liked it. I thought it was on point. I was a bit shocked, but I didn’t feel any negativity towards the day care. I know that the staff has the best interests of the children in mind, even to the point where they are willing to offend the parent.”