I just want to know when Disneyland changed from a family oriented destination (including small children) to a destination populated by immature adults acting like they're 10 years old?
I have a hard time believing the OPs story. I'm not saying the stroller contact didn't happen but I'm sure the aftermath wasn't as lopsided as the OP wants us to believe. I'm sure the "bad" mother isn't as bad as the OP makes her out to be.
Most people like to complain about children in restaurants, in movies and now even in Disneyland. I believe that parents should be responsible for their kids but holy cow, give us a chance to be responsible parents before you get so upset that you're at risk of a stroke.
Children are not the enemy so stop acting like them and everything that comes with them is such a huge problem. I would wager that the most venomous criticizers of children at Disneyland are going to be doing the same thing when they have kids. I also think that it might be time to cut back on your three times a week visit to Disneyland if the strollers and kids are causing so much drama in your life.
The last time I went to Disneyland I was extremely annoyed at the adults acting like kids. I saw plenty of grown adults clogging up the line for character meet and greets and preventing small children from seeing their favorite character. All I saw were grown adults posing for pictures with Mickey with pouty lips and forked fingers over the eye a la Lady Gaga. These same people did nothing but monopolize Mickey's time with numerous photos until it was time for Mickey to take a break and leave a ton of small children sad and disappointed. I guess that doesn't matter though, just as long as a twenty something can get their Miley Cyrus "twerking" photo with Mickey.
I apologize if I offended anyone with my comments. The point of my post was to illustrate that there are two sides to every coin and that what one person finds annoying with parents and kids most definitely has attributes that parents and kids find annoying. The person that passively hates children and their strollers shouldn't cast stones.