When will we get to the point where you can sit in a bouncy toilet seat?
Posted On July 16, 2021
This is a story about our childrens lives.
But for all the positive things that are happening in the UK, it is not just about their wellbeing, it’s also about our kids wellbeing.
This is where things get interesting.
For many parents, the first thing they will do is start researching what to do about their child’s stroller, whether they need to use it in a car or not, and whether there are any special restrictions.
But what if they are not the first to start researching the subject?
What if the parents themselves don’t know what is a safe and appropriate stroller for their child?
What happens if the child doesn’t know the rules or what is allowed in the car?
And what happens if their stroller breaks down, does not fit or can’t move?
We have a duty to the childrens wellbeing to be clear about the risks of strollers and to be able to safely use them.
And there is more we can do to make sure they are safe.
Parents need to be aware of the safety information on strollers before they buy them.
If there are special rules about where the child can sit or where the stroller can be parked, parents should take the child’s seat into account.
If they are worried about the strollers being parked in a school or playground, parents need to consider other options, such as changing the locks to allow the strolling to go into the school, and keeping the car out.
Parents should also consider what is appropriate for their children, including the size, shape and colour of the stools.
Strollers should be clearly marked to make it easier for parents to find out where to sit or when they can park the stowers.
Children should also be taught about the rules for strollers in schools and parks.
There are rules about how many strollers are allowed on school grounds and on public transport and about where they are allowed to sit.
Parents and staff should also ask children what rules they need, and when to expect rules.
It is the responsibility of all parents to protect their children’s well-being and wellbeing and to ensure the safety of all children, especially when they are young.