UUUUUUGGG! Seriously he might not even be 9 months old.
The Ad with the one year old in the Natulis is the small book. The Large book is the one with the ff child in the Blvd. Both ad's came out the same the and both start on Fri. When you write you can tell them about both.I plan on writing a letter to Toys R Us Inc about the 1 year old in a Nautilus on the ad I got the other day. Where is this ad you saw? I'd love to comment on that in my letter as well.
You can tell he is forward. He is in a van or SUV and the back is open and the "mom" is getting stuff out. He is so small that if he were rear-facing he would have so much room that his feet wouldn't even be close to hitting the seat of the car!Since I didn't get the big book, only 2 small ones, how do you know the baby was FF? Did it show him/her in a car?
Oh, that's great! I will deffinetly send them a copy.You can also send it to SafetyBeltSafe and have them work on it: http://www.carseat.org/Events_Media/89_MediaWatch.pdf .
Yes they should be more aware, but how old is the Barney movie? I know the videos themselves have been around for 10yrs or so, and a lot has changed in 10yrs... Back then the max rf'ing weight limit was 20lbs, and boosters were uncommon. Depending on when the movie was made, and if it was also made from pieced segments from shows, it's possible that that's what was normal at the time.Maybe I should tell them about the Barney movie too. Baby (under 1 yr?) FF in an integraded seat w/ T shield, 3 children w/o boosters- 1 in lap only belt, 1 with strap off his shoulder. Maybe it's just me, but kids shows should be more aware.
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