A recent article in the New York Times published a picture of a toddler in a car seat that says, “When kids are inside the car, you are not in it.”
According to the article, this is how children are taught to ride in cars in the US, including in the case of the baby car seat shown above.
According the article: “In the United States, parents can opt to buy car seats with safety features that prevent the child from riding in the backseat.
These include head restraint systems, seat belts, and seat belts with a chin strap.
However, the safety features on most car seats are too complicated for many parents to learn how to use.”
When children are in a seat, the car is the only place they can see their parents, and they cannot touch them, or see their face.
When children are strapped into the carseat, they are not allowed to breathe.
The article said that “in some cases, parents will need to take their child out of the car for more than a few minutes before they can leave the car.”
The mother of the child pictured above, named Brittany, said she felt compelled to share the article to educate parents about how to safely put their child in the child car seat.
“When a parent has the child strapped in the vehicle, they have no way of knowing if the child will ever feel comfortable in the restraints,” she added. “
This is a ‘what’s going on in the world and what’s going to happen to me if I do not act?’ article.”
“When a parent has the child strapped in the vehicle, they have no way of knowing if the child will ever feel comfortable in the restraints,” she added.
She added that the article was a “complete failure” to help parents understand what was happening in their child’s car seat and to support the car seats that were being made available to parents.
Brittany, who is an author and activist, added that she is not opposed to car seats for kids because she believes that the car should be used as a space for play.
She said that while she believes the car has a place for people, that should not be used for play, and that car seats should be made safe for children.
Brittony explained that while the car was “an open-air space” when she was in the house, the children would be forced to be in a small, enclosed space in the family car seat to “play” in.
In this situation, she said, “it’s a real struggle to know if the car will be safe for them to sit in, and what the risks are.”
Brittron said that she was inspired to write the article after seeing a child strapped into a carseat that was similar to the picture shown above, which she said was “terribly wrong.”
She said that after learning that car seat companies were marketing their car seats as being suitable for children, she decided to write a blog about it.
“[My story] started with me seeing an article about a baby carseat in a store,” she said.
When I saw the picture of the little boy strapped in, I was like, ‘that’s not a car.
That’s not even a car,'” Brittany said, adding that she thought that the child had no right to be strapped into such a seat.
She said she also realized that the photo of the toddler in the photo above had “zero context” to the actual situation the child was in.”
I didn’t realize that this little boy was strapped in in a tiny car seat in a Walmart parking lot, and I was not in a safe car seat,” she continued.
While the article focused on the safety of car seats, Brittany explained that the “big picture” of child safety is not what she thinks parents are thinking about when they buy a car and that the safety and comfort of car seating can be a critical factor in choosing a car for their children.”
When parents are in charge of their children’s safety, and when they know how safe they want their children to be, then they can make an informed choice about what car to buy,” she concluded.
You can read the full story in the article here.