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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.

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less leashes, more belts Stern Smile
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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 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
 
 


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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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