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Originally posted by nimkola nimkola wrote:

less More leash, More belts Stern Smile

They don't listen when they are between the ages of 2-5. They want to explore everything in the store. When my kids were at that age they always wanted to play tag or hide n seek in the clothes rack.Angry
Atleast with the "stay together strap" you tug at it a little and say ##getyobehindbackovaheya## then give them that stare of DEATH along with the Stevie J lips!!! Mom's know that stare and the kids straighten up quick!!
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Originally posted by Lite Brite Lite Brite wrote:

LOL I think it's fine, but I already know I'm in the minority 
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I saw a group of toddlers on leashes at the mall today. So cuteHeart
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It's not even a matter of kids being bad, wild, or special needs (autistic, developmentally delayed, etc).  The world is a huge place full of people and excitement and a kid can so easily wonder off in a blink of an eye.  And if you got 2 preschooler/toddlers it's really hard to keep track of the 2 of them in a crowd. 

Leashes are life savers.  Literally.  I used them and don't regret it not one bit.  Other moms always asked me were I got mine, too.
  They aren't for "bad" kids, but for keeping kids safe.

Sugabanana, my 7 y/o still likes to play hide and seek in the clothes racksAngry


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either the kids in my family love me to death or are scary as f*ck.  they don't really wonder off.  they be stuck to me like glue...
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Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

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
 
 


i love youLOL
 
 
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it would depend on my kid's personality, tbh.

i don't have a prob. w/ them w/ other kids, though.

i have seen kids w/ leashes act like tanimals b/c they are on a leash and their parents think that's so cute. i don't.
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Originally posted by Ladybird0724 Ladybird0724 wrote:


i have seen kids w/ leashes act like tanimals b/c they are on a leash and their parents think that's so cute. i don't.
 
this is what i have typically seen.  yt children, of course...
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ugh the worse is when they're in a stroller and they pick up things from the store and you don't notice until you get to the car....Ermm
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Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

Originally posted by Ladybird0724 Ladybird0724 wrote:


i have seen kids w/ leashes act like tanimals b/c they are on a leash and their parents think that's so cute. i don't.
 
this is what i have typically seen.  yt children, of course...

but those WHANIMALS [white animals] would act that was regardless
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ThoughtCouture Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 14 2013 at 4:00pm
lol  yeah...you got a point...
 
honestly, i've never seen any black kids on a leash...
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