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Would you say something? Caddy ÷ nwark, NJ, United States 9325 posts
16th Apr '13

I probably wont :?



But it's been bugging me.



My ex/BD has been seeing a new girl for a few months now... (I've never met her)
but she has a little girl who is 2.



Well the girl posted pics of BD and her daughter on facebook last night, BD is on my friends list so they popped up in my news feed.... the pic was of them riding in the car and the little girl was in the back seat sitting on a booster seat with a normal seat belt.



I was kind of disturbed by that... this little girl is 2 and most definitely not 40lbs or more... she's skinny.



From what BD says the little girl lives with her father and the mom just visits.... the mom (bd's gf) is fairly young, 21 I think... so maybe she is just young and naive.. I don't know.



But should I say something to BD?



It's not really my business so I was leaning more towards no I wont...



But I was just curious if anyone else would actually say something?

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
16th Apr '13

Yup! Especially if there's a chance she'd be driving with my child in the car.

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
16th Apr '13

Dp..........

☮[The Mrs.] FJB Due December 4; 3 kids; North Carolina 14335 posts
16th Apr '13

I would say something casually. Like how my son is also two I may say "Yeah I read online this lady was letting her two year old ride in the car in a booster and I thought to myself, man DS is so tiny I would never do that. I even read a few days ago that car seat suggestions have changed"

SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
16th Apr '13

I would say something to bd. not anything accusatory or attacking but just out of pure concern for the little girl. Just mention that you saw th picture and Joyce the carseat and how it is really unsafe and maybe he should mention it to her.

Caddy ÷ nwark, NJ, United States 9325 posts
16th Apr '13
Quoting Sneakthief:" Yup! Especially if there's a chance she'd be driving with my child in the car."



Point.



I think I will say something now.

jenjenbaby3 Due June 20 (girl); 2 kids; Gibsonburg, Ohio 50 posts
16th Apr '13

If anything, I would just make sure that you reiterate to him that anytime your child is with him, he BETTER make sure he/she is in the proper child restraint. What this new chick does with her child is unfortunately none of your business. But when it comes to your BD and your child, you have the right to make sure he/she is safe. If you want to be more proactive for the sake new gf's lil girl's safety, next time you see them cruising, you could always give the local 5-0 a call to alert them.......she will get a ticket and hopefully wise up to what safety precautions she should be taking...and the call will, of course, be anonymous.

Caddy ÷ nwark, NJ, United States 9325 posts
16th Apr '13
Quoting jenjenbaby3:" If anything, I would just make sure that you reiterate to him that anytime your child is with him, he ... [snip!] ... a ticket and hopefully wise up to what safety precautions she should be taking...and the call will, of course, be anonymous."


They live in a different state, so I wont be seeing her... but I will mention to BD that LO is too small to be in a booster and he needs to be in his carseat with harness.

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16th Apr '13

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user banned Sri Lanka 9777 posts
16th Apr '13

yes but I was blessed with constant verbal diarrhea lmao