Last week, my son and I decided to eat lunch at McDonald since hubby was still asleep and wouldn't wake up till 4pm because he works night shift. Anyway, as usual I got Jake a happy meal (chicken nuggets, apple dipper, and chocolate milk), and mine was small fries and a dollar menu cheeseburger. Before he plays at the playplace, I always make sure that he eats first and then, play. Later, I asked Jacob to stop playing for a minute and watch his food so I can get a refill for my drink. For the meantime, there was a Hispanic family with 5 kids ( two boys and 3 girls) together with their parents and grandfather. They were sitting at the table next to us and I noticed that none of the kids got happy meals with Lego car in it, instead they were eating cheeseburger, fries and drinks. They could have bought happy meal at least for the boys. So, I went and got a refill for my drink, when I get back, I have found one of their boys eating Jake's food and his toy car was missing! I called Jake and asked whether he gave his foods and toy to the boy, but he replied and said, no! The boy was still eating the foods while their parents were putting away their mess from eating; I asked the grandfather whether his grandson has the toy also since the other boy was still eating Jake's food on our table. They didn't say anything but tried to find the toy; the father even asked the other boy if he has the toy and the boy took the boy out of his pocket, and gave it to his father, then the father handed it back to me without saying anything and left. I didn't really care about the toy and foods, it just bothered me that they didn't even uttered a single word like "sorry." When I mentioned it with my hubby, he just said that, that is what they normally do in Mexico (especially those who live in a remote area, which I doubt is true) when somebody left food unattended, they just eat it. I just replied saying that "they should not let their kids do that". I was just disappointed when none of the adults say nothing not even a word. Now, I feel like I could have done better than that as a Christian. I feel guilty! How about you? What would you feel and how would you react if you were on my shoes?