13I Judge For Your Safety
Standards for child safety have changed over the past few years. Regulations have gotten stricter. Car safety, house safety, bed safety and even food safety measures have changed drastically. There are some moms who stick to these regulations strictly, while other moms follow how they were raised. The mindset here
is generally that the mother turned out fine, so why wouldn’t the old safety measures be fine for their own children? This could be dangerous for the children of these old-fashioned mothers.
This mama judges her own friends who are parents out of concern for their children. Many children are in booster seats until they are about 10 years old and reach the age, weight, and/or height requirements. With a three-year-old in a booster seat, there is no wonder judgment is being passed.