So let me start by saying that my wife and I do not have children. So we don't know what it is like to do Disney with kids in tow. But, this doesn't stop us from saying, "If that were my kid..." one hundred times a day when we see tantrums, whining, etc... However, today we saw the worst thing we've seen at Disney yet. Getting off the ferry from TTC to MK a boy around 13 was walking behind his sister, 7-8 years old, shoving her to go faster. The mom pulled him back and told him to "stop it!." The boy responded by hitting, hard, his mother's arm and yelling at her. The dad walked silently saying nothing. Shameful if you ask me. So, this got me thinking: Is there a breaking point at which a child or your child loses the privilege of Disney for the day? Even part of the day?