Kids are only as well-behaved as the parents who raise them, right? Wherever you stand on the nature vs. nurture vs. "let's just give them an iPad and see what happens" debate, it stands to reason you dislike other people's kids (or your own, for that matter) running amok in your favorite eatery, spoiling your meal and ambushing your senses.
One Texas restaurant that has had a messy past with the little ones has taken matters into it's own hands: issuing rules on acceptable child behavior, and straight-up banning those who don't comply.
Cuchara, a Mexican restaurant located in Montrose, has started to hand out illustrated behavior guides to parents, according to Houston news outlet KHOU. The whimsically animated place cards apparently say: "Children at Cuchara don't run or wander around the restaurant. They stay seated and ask their parents to take them to the restroom. They don't scream, throw tantrums or touch the walls, murals, windows or other patrons. They are respectful!"