I am not sure how many of you have experienced this, but I have a number of times and find it interesting. I am a baby boomer, in my early 50's, look like I am in my 30's and I love to get the Disney autograph books and get them signed and have my picture taken with the characters. Inevitably, I will get in a line for a character and usually all goes well. Then there are the times and they are getting more frequent, that someone with a child will come up to the line and ask if it is the end of the line and I tell them yes, and the parent guides the child into the line in front of me. I will tell the parent that I AM in line and they need to get behind me. The parent will usually give me a look of astonishment and say well, "isn't this for children? You don't have a child with you." I smile and tell them that no, I like gettingmy picture with said character and the autograph is for me and they get kinda upset sometimes. That is what I am wondering. Why are they upset? Sometimes they even say, "If the character runs out of time and only a certain number of people more can get the picture then you need to get out of line so my child can have his/her picture taken with the character." Sometimes they say it very sternly with a dirty look like I am denying their child an autograph and picture. Wow!!!!!! Am I wrong to stay in line then if this occurs and take my turn like everyone else, or should I back off and let the kiddie have thier turn. It is like, just because I am an adult now, I cannot do these thiongs that are supposed to be for kids????? Huh?????? What is up with that? I am not sure quite how to handle that situation well. Usually I just smile and stay in line and everyone gets their turn. What is the right thing to do? Has anyone else had this happen or am I the only gigantic nerd who likes to have my pic taken with characters and collect autographs?