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I honestly fail to see the problem with this. That kid is going to grow up to respect rules and be one of the foremost lawyers of his country.
nope, he'll grow up and fail to have the courage to go outside.
This is assuming he survives his childhood.
The problem is it is around his fucking neck and he is riding a bike this is extremely dangerous and stupid.
She is in front of him, so he won't be jerked back. I'm fairly certain that he's on a tricycle. And it is an extendable leash. All the precautions have been made.
Maybe you fellas should consider the fact that little kids are wild crazy assholes. A leash is a bit much, but a child harness is by no means poor parenting, it's making sure your stupid kid doesn't run into the street or get abducted.
That is the argument that shitty parents use. "oh my kid is just too wild, I have no other choice!" Well guess what genius, your kid is wild cuz u raised him in such a way that he realized he can get away with shit so he does. Bad kids aren't born, their made.
I'm not talking about bad kids, I'm talking about hyperactive kids that don't know not to run into the middle of the street. You can't just magically raise a kid to be a perfect little angel, some are going to be crazy and wild regardless.
so your answer is leash rather than improved parenting strategies?
As I just said, you can't magically raise a kid to be a perfect little angel. Clearly you know nothing about kids or you might understand that. I'm not saying "CHILD HARNESSES"(btw, not leashes) are a requirement at all times, just they can be useful since kids can tend to run off at fairs or other things like that.
I'm actually a elementary school teacher, just to clear up that whole "clearly I know nothing about kids" thing. Thats how I know that a "child harness" is the absolute wrong approach....
Clears up nothing. I've known plenty of teachers that clearly knew nothing about kids. Your statement is entirely voided.
Natural genetic predispositions to acting poorly have been proven scientifically. ADD, ADHD, ODD, and several other trademark psychological disorders happen naturally. Children ARE born, it's ADULTS that are made. I don't honestly agree with it being a collar, but harnesses are not inhumane. I can't count how many times as a child a ran off like a little fuckhead, and you cannot blame my parents when I actively got MYSELF hurt and in trouble.
Child harnesses don't go around the child's neck...
Maybe you should read my entire comment comprehensively before you reply next time.
don't think the biggest fail is in having the harness, but rather where the harness is placed.
Seriously. The kind where the leash is attached to a cute little backpack that doesn't actually had the capacity to strangle or seriously injure the kid seems like a much better idea.
what if the kid stacks, is he gonna break his neck due to that thing?
Children on leash in mall when the leash is attached to a body harness - that is funny:) This is to close to a strangulation risk.