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Originally posted by CherryBlossom CherryBlossom wrote:

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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If ur child is safer with a "leash" on, then so be it. Do what u have to do.
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Now they need to come out with a leash fo yo man, cuz he stay sneakin over to ma crib
 
 
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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

Key phrase is he was not hyperactive. The spectrum is vast and has many different indications not every autistic child is like your brother.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote niecy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 14 2013 at 12:12pm
Originally posted by stardaqueenb23 stardaqueenb23 wrote:

Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:



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

Key phrase is he was not hyperactive. The spectrum is vast and has many different indications not every autistic child is like your brother.

Okay. Still doesn't change my opinion about leashes on kids though. Confused
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i don't think i'll get my own kids but i personally HATE to see kids wandering in public. so if thats what a parent needs to do to keep there kids safe...then so be it.
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Originally posted by BeatriceBean BeatriceBean wrote:

Now they need to come out with a leash fo yo man, cuz he stay sneakin over to ma crib
 

 


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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:


Originally posted by stardaqueenb23 stardaqueenb23 wrote:

Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:



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

Key phrase is he was not hyperactive. The spectrum is vast and has many different indications not every autistic child is like your brother.


Okay. Still doesn't change my opinion about leashes on kids though. Confused

No one was trying to change your opinion on leashes the comment was in regards to using the phrase control and animal which many have done in this thread. but ok. Simply put it is deeper than that.

Edited by stardaqueenb23 - Jan 14 2013 at 12:17pm
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Originally posted by BeatriceBean BeatriceBean wrote:

Now they need to come out with a leash fo yo man, cuz he stay sneakin over to ma crib
 
 


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