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Some kids are bad as hell. I dont blame parents using leashes   LOL
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My son had the teddy bear backpack kind. It came in handy at the mall and other crowded places.
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some people have more than one toddler and also have a baby to contend with and she only has two hands

a leash is better than a lost child


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I used to disprove of it, but changed my mind after babysitting my nephew.I realized how useful they are.
 
These parents don't have to worry about their children running into a street and into on-coming traffic; or a stranger snatching their kid up; or a their child getting lost.
 
I'm actually thinking about buying some for my relatives.
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More parents should use these.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (2) Thanks(2)   Quote sugabanana Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 14 2013 at 9:57am
Originally posted by HeyBeautiful18 HeyBeautiful18 wrote:

Some kids are bad as hell. I dont blame parents using leashes   LOL


Ummm excuse meeeeee its not called a leash!!! ***gives you the Ultimate Side Eye****

Its called a STAY TOGETHER STRAP!!!! Thank YouLOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOL
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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

IMO I feel like you must not be able to control your kid if you need a leash for them. I wouldn't use one, my child aint no animal.
If you ever encounter a child with autism or severe ADHD or a combination of both you would understand what it is like to try and "control" a child who is receiving sensory overload and becomes a "runner." Sometimes it is deeper than treating your child like an "animal."
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THe back pack ones aren't bad especially for crowded places and amusement parks.
 
 
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It makes me cringe when I see it but it's practical...kids can easily get lost in big crowds.

My mum used to tie the end of her skirt/dress to mine when I was little so I wouldn't wander off #africanstyle

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Originally posted by stardaqueenb23 stardaqueenb23 wrote:

Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

IMO I feel like you must not be able to control your kid if you need a leash for them. I wouldn't use one, my child aint no animal.
If you ever encounter a child with autism or severe ADHD or a combination of both you would understand what it is like to try and "control" a child who is receiving sensory overload and becomes a "runner." Sometimes it is deeper than treating your child like an "animal."

My brother has autism so I have. He was never hyperactive and we never needed a leash to control him in public.   Ermm


Edited by niecy - Jan 14 2013 at 11:55am
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