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Sofie+#2 Due March 10; TTC since Jun 2014; 1 child; Sheffield, So, United Kingdom 7383 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting NICKEL☮POLIS:</b>" Educated? I think it's common sense not to leave your child in the car. Sure, she could use some parenting classes. But a steep fine and some probation would really get the message through. "</blockquote>




Educated on the dangers of leaving baby in the car, yes. It is common sense but so many people do it, so they need it drilling into them.
I don't really think she needs to get a criminal record from it, just to prove that she is competent after taking some classes.

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
30th Mar '13

Fines are bad punishments. Say she got a 5k fine. Which she wouldn't but let's just say she did. She'll pay that off at $5 or $10 a week.
I have fines I pay off $10 a week. I don't even notice it. People don't learn from fines.

**mummyX3** 3 kids; Australia 1071 posts
30th Mar '13

I will leave my kids in the car with the windows down and doors locked to pay for fuel but i also pull my car up to the door so im only like 10 feet away from the car and i can see them...
I would never leave my kids anywhere i couldnt see them or get to them in under 30 seconds