But she wasn't doing 90 in a construction zone. She was including her baby in the walk up the ailse, moving at 1/4 mile an hour, with her baby safe as houses.
It wasn't a last minute decision, it says the dress was altered to account for the baby.
I think I can safely think this meant that in some way the baby was secure and safe.
What is it exactly that is bothering people so much? Is it:
(a) the baby is being "dragged" It's not being dragged.
(b) she made a religious comment? Well, even without Jesus, the baby was safe.
(c) it "looks" funny? Well, if you don't like it, don't do it at your wedding.
(d) there was potentially neglect? The baby was surrounded by mother, father, relatives and friends. All of which were not going to step on the baby.
Carry in a basket?
You know, I've seen mothers out in public with their baby in one of those basket thingies, and thought how they (to me) seem boderline abusive.
People put the baby in, pick it up and off they go. Look at it from the baby's perspective. I'd be puking my guts out within 2 minutes. Next time you see someone in a store carrying one of these things, check it out. Every time the parent turns, the baby, staring at the ceiling and everything above its head, is whirled around 180 degrees, or 360. Then a stop, and sudden revolution the other way. Then it's put down, picked back up, spun 2 more times put down, picked up. You watch, there's no more care taken than if the woman was just turning around with her handbag.
Even better, they give the basket to their 12 year old....wheeeeeeee!
But no, that's fine, having your baby on what basically amounts to a travois and being gently pulled along is awful.