I was wondering what would you think if you were in a restaurant and sat at a table next to a family with a teenager in a wheelchair and the parents have to spoon feed child. I mean, does it disgust you or make you want to move to another table or do you not even notice? I feed Morgan many times at restaurants and sometimes I notice people staring. Sometimes he can be messy, I usually put a napkin under his chin or sometimes carry an big kid designed bib for him. I know most people aren't used to seeing this, but I have had friends in this same situation say that people have asked to change tables. Also, some people seem to get annoyed if Morgan is making noise. I wouldn't necessarily say he is any noisier than other kids, just in a different way. It is not crying or fussing just his "talking." Would that bother you? I don't know why I care so much. I pretty much try to be one of those people who doesn't care what others think. But, if someone else asked to change tables because of Morgan my feelings would be hurt, and I would be angry, too. I just thought I would ask the opinions of people who don't live this situation.