More Thoughts from the Cobwebbed Corners of My Mind
At the beginning of December we took the kids to a movie in the park, The Little Man, who is potty training on his own time, decided that he needed use the restroom. I walked him two blocks to a Panera Bread Restaurant where we, a pregnant woman, and several other women waited in line for almost twenty minutes. In the mean time several men came and went, as did two women, from the men’s room. By the time we got in the bathroom The Little Man had wet his pull up and the pregnant woman was pretty close to following in his shoes.
My observations when it comes to public women’s restrooms are as follows:
- There aren’t enough stalls.
- The toilets are off set in the stalls, causing you to hit your knee or other body parts on the toilet paper holder and or feminine hygiene trash can.
- Not all stalls offer a hook or shelf to hold your purse or other personal items.
- There are not enough sinks.
Clipart from Clker.com
I think someone should really rethink the whole design thing when it comes to women’s restrooms.