I am writing to thank you for your unsolicited words of wisdom. It is amazing to me that you know so much about being a parent when you don't have any children of your own. I wish to know how it is that you became omnicient at such a young age.
I appreciate that you have babysat sixteen times and have a cousin who had a baby three summers ago that you have visited twice. I can also appreciate that you were once a child too, and so I do feel you are entitled to your opinion.
I must point out to you that having an opinion and telling a parent that they are doing it wrong are two separate things. One is natural and expected and the other is presumptuous in the extreme.
The next time you see a father trying to calm his baby that has a stomach ache, placate a two year old that is starved for attention, keep a four year old from running away, and listening to an incessant whine from his six year old who doesn't want to go shopping, please be silent. I am very aware that being in the vicinity of such a cacaphony is unpleasant.
A tired father of four.