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... ee my kids thru the window and i was in and out of there plus my oldest is 10, when i left the store this old man reamed me and said he was even going to turn me in for neglect i mean he was so mad he was shaking! ... (21 replies)
... I was thinking the exact same thing as the last poster. What if someone smashed into your car while you were inside. Or what if someone broke the window or jimmied the locks. ... (15 replies)
... her in other than you just can't be bothered. ... (15 replies)

... Well, each persons have their opinion of parenting, the do's and don'ts and it doesn't make it right nor wrong, in this case there is no such thing as a perfect parent....but, common sense is what matters.. ... (15 replies)
... You should never ever leave a child unattended in a car, period. No excuses, it was raining, he was sleeping, it was only for a minute. ... (15 replies)
... As far as the keys in the car concern.... I totally agree!!! One thing I have installed in my car, is an automatic keyless start. In the middle of the hot summer, I can start my car while walking to it, and then it's starting to cool down by the time we get there.... ... (15 replies)
... the car deciding to roll. ... (15 replies)
... When I said "good grief" in my previous post, I wasn't saying that against this question or any of the posts in this board!!! I just read what I wrote and thought it might have sounded ugly.... it wasn't meant to!!! ... (15 replies)
... I have too left my child in the car for a minute or two to run in to some where when he was that age. I didn't want to drag him out in the pouring rain or I just didn't want to drag him out. It was mostly gas stations that I ran into for a minute and I could see him through the window. ... (15 replies)
... oh good grief..... my mom used to leave us in the car for hours while she went for groceries.... so did everyone else's parents back in the day! this whole thing has just become ridiculous! ... (15 replies)
... I never left our boys. My husband was in the AF and the services were in the forefront of pushing for child safety. So that was a big safety issue for the Air Force. ... (15 replies)
... You have to think about things such as someone hitting your car with their vehicle, and also someone who has bad intentions and wants to take a child can get into even a locked car fairly quickly. ... (15 replies)
... I agree in some ways, but have had trouble thinking of any bad things that could happen. ... (15 replies)
... I personally didn't leave my children in the car for any reason. I was too scared that even in just a short "minute" too many bad things could happen. ... (15 replies)
... Always take your children with you when you leave the car. It only takes a second for a child to open the locked doors and get out into harms way. Being strapped in does not mean they will stay strapped when you walk away. ... (15 replies)
... old in the car if is is raining or extremly cold outside to drop off my 4 year old at daycare. She is strapped in her carseat, I am only gone for a minute, the car is locked and I feel like is is better for my baby to be in a warm, locked car than lugged outside in the cold and rain. ... (15 replies)
... ery confused as I said. I think he is highly manipulative. I remember when he left me it was sudden and totally unexpected like this. He also cried and behaved in much the same way. He also turned it around and made it all my fault. He was good at it and I really believed it was me for a long time. ... (7 replies)
... I agree with the previous posters...it's so not worth it. Take your daughter inside with you. Just think of all of the horror stories you see on TV. People are sick. And it only takes those TWO minutes that you leave her for someone to smash your windows and take her. Not trying to scare you - just trying to warn you. What I'm wondering though is this: If you're... (15 replies)
... Airforcewife this is the third army post we've lived on and by far the strictest! Not only with leaving kids in the car, but children have to be 12 to be outside by themselves and can not be responsible for younger siblings. ... (21 replies)
Teens Drinking
Aug 11, 2005
... D This is really great and I sorta sensed that you wanted Mrs. H. to not feel anything in the least bit badly towards me especially since you are so protective of your CBF. ... (217 replies)




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