Yesterday I took the kids to a little shop in town, somewhere we go farely often. Apparently one of the workers was babysitting ,who I am asuming to have been her grandaughter, the kids were all playing around togther. A few times I saw the little girl,3 years old or so, push Deacon, so I suggested to him to get in the cart, but like any 3 yr. old wanted to stay by his big sister, so I let him. The kids hide in a clothing rack, and when the grandmother tells them to get out, Deacon takes a little longer to get out. So this woman says "little boy I said get out!" and reaches for him. I stop her, and tell her I'll get him out, he falls easy and I don't want him to fall.(they have cement floors) She gives me a look and walks away, then the little girl pushes him again,this time he starts to cry. And the Gma tells the girl stay away from him, he's a cry baby. Which upsets him more. I take them over to a check out and the "gma" says to another worker "control your kids, it's not our responsobility if they get hurt." In my opinion he was not out of control. After I get home I decided to call the owner of the shop, and tell her that I think the "gma" handled the situation poorly. I try to explain that he has a hard enough time not falling on his own, she says she will talk to the woman about it. But I can tell she finds the the whole thing humorous(I can hear her laughing.) Later @ night I wonder if I should have just left it alone, and not called. What should I have done.? So, am I overreacting, or just overprotective?