I recently started a program in my community called, Child-Friendly Valley in which I visit local businesses and share how they can become more child-friendly in various ways. As a mother of four, there are many times in which I notice that bathrooms, for example, do not accommodate children. I also educate about greeting and treating children respectfully like adults in local businesses. It is one of my passions to promote and educate about the rights and respect that children deserve and what better way than to promote this in my own community?
This is one reason why we fell in love with Disney World after the first time we visited. It is like a magical world where kids are respected and honored and every where you go, there is child-sized toilets, sinks, silverware, tables and chairs. We love this about Disney and I don't know any other place on earth filled with such reverence for children.
Here is a picture of a child's sink in the bathroom at Boma, in the Animal Kingdom Lodge, which is just one of thousands of locations where kids were people too.