In Avengers: Age of Ultron, when the Avengers retreat to Hawkeye's farm to recover, Thor steps on a child's toy, crushing it. The little girl looks up at Thor with confusion and Thor looks as if he has no idea how to deal with the kid. Then Thor storms out of the house. Captain America follows Thor asking what's up, and Thor replies that he is leaving to explore his vision because there is nothing for him at the farm house.
Thor could have been magnanimous with the kid in a way that projected his strength instead of apologizing. But Thor decided to awkwardly storm out.
Thor is marketed as a children's action hero, but he could not handle this kid.
Is Thor ever able to deal with kids? Or does this scene reflect a general inability to deal with kids?