I had a view of the fireworks.
And then I didn't.
"Thanks sir! I really wanted to see your daughter's backside!" I shouted.
I wanted to.
But unfortunately, at Disney, you see a lot of this. No one really cares who is behind them. Children are hoisted onto shoulders constantly. I get it: kids want to see stuff. But I wish people would turn around and ask if it was okay.
This is why you want to get a front row spot to parades and fireworks. Otherwise you'll be stuck staring at a child's back, and you can't tell the parent to put the child down, because then you look cranky.
We still managed to enjoy the show.
But really, before you lift a child up, turn around and make sure you aren't blocking someone else's view.