In Palembang, going to Mass with a noisy toddler isn't much of a problem. Almost half the congregation has a baby and most of them are walking them outside to keep the noise level within the church acceptable.
Over here, we go to the same church there I was baptised 31 years ago, St Thomas Aquinas in St Lucia. It has been my favourite parish for over 10 years because of a priest that plans his homilies and delivers them in under 10 mins. He's straight to the point and ALWAYS has a good point to make. Music is also good there.
The problem with the church is that it is extremely quiet. There is no extra noise either outside or inside the church to cover any of Aaron's babbling. He's not making a fuss or crying...just babbling.
We're now attending mass from the foyer of the church....along with several other families with young children. There was a very young baby feeding from a bottle. Aaron tried to ask for a drink from me but I thought that it would be just too much for the people there to handle if they saw me breastfeeding. I have read of mothers doing this in other parishes but I don't think I want to go through the scrutiny of it.