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Hi guys. I was the Mom with the Mario kart twins. I brought them for 2 days but gave them a break the other two days. In that Time I got alot of compliments and praise for being a cool parent! Thanks. But today I am writing this post in a hope to help make this Convention a bit more Family friendly. I spoke with many other parents at this convention. One of the biggest frustrations I kept hearing was being thought of as after thoughts. We couldn't go on expo floor without strollers for example. A sensible rule. But if the Con had a way to tell parents bringing children that when they book tickets it would let them think of other ways to transport your Tiny people. What I also think would be hugely helpful is a " low level AFK room" a place strictly for kids to just get away from the chaos, mom's to breastfeed in a more understanding environment not a bathroom. A place that's quiet to try to calm your little one to nap. I understand this Con is more for teens and young adults but kids happen and we shouldn't let it stunt us from the gaming world. We should be embracing our future gamers! If you have thoughts or experiences you want to add please speak up. I want to make this a open discussion.