comments like this really ...grrrr


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taken from facebook
"oh thank god....I get so sick of all those idiots wanking on about their little poppets rear facing....and to be fair, the pictures I have seen of 4 year olds sitting with their legs spread and ankles on the parcel trays look so damned uncomfortable and inappropriate.....yay for a sensible mummy...:

story behind the post a mum posted a photo of the monterery boosters for her 4 years olds (wont be using them for another 6 months)

the person who I quoted up above said ooh you arent going to be one of those mums who rearface to gets on my nerve when people are so sarcastic about rearfacing..and get this this person is a medical professional not that that means anything (from what I read on here)

as most of us on here who do rearface to 4 years of age if any of our children were uncomfortable I am sure they would say something and as ketchupqueen has shown after her MVA it was one of her forward facing girls who broke their legs, her rearfacing (taller than average?) child came out with no injuries.

vent over


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"tell it to Sweden lady! their poppets have rear faced to age 4 since the mid 70's. The whole rear facing is safer debate ended years ago. Folks who still don't "believe" in rear facing remind me of the folks who argued the earth is flat however many generations ago. Get over it, or don't, but please remember how stupid you sound when your only argument against rear facing is that it looks uncomfortable".

Okay, maybe don't post that, but wouldn't it be fun? :p


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"Oh thank God! I thought you were going to be one of those people who teach their little poppets manners! I see people model for children how to post on facebook with courtesy and tact and it just looks so uncomfortable and inappropriete when they are holding back all those judgemental comments."


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Your FB friend has more problems than just whether or not her kids rearfacing longer...LOL She also sounds like a *itch.


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I read one where it says an older tot can't rear-face because it's unsafe, since the seat would flip up. I think they mean rebound as expected? All sorts of odd info out there.

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