Don't forget her driving with the carseat facing forward
mysticphysh wrote:Oh and she actually already has child services on her because the baby fell out of a highchair awhile back, but it was the nanny who was taking care of him. Child services have made repeat visits to them and will probably make another when they see this video.
Well there was the high chair incident, the driving in the front drivers seat incident and now this. Child services needs to stop sitting on their hands before something serious happens to this kid.
She was driving legally according to California law. Another example of the "tabloid" mentality of the media giving out false or erroneous information and not bothering to correct it.
dream_017 wrote: knapplc wrote:
awwchrist wrote: wrote:
Eh. I think everyone like to pile on the bandwagon.
Mountains out of molehills.
Exactly. Try living your entire life surrounded by people with cameras. Think of how many times you've picked your nose in semi-public places. Would you want that broadcast on every pseudo-news outlet every second of every day?
As for the kid, my wife and I are very careful with our daughter but she ended up with some bumps and bruises while she was still in our arms. This is just a feeding frenzy of people with nothing else to do with their lives.
Just leave these people alone.
True, but 2 of the 4...both of the driving ones, are not very good decisions at all, they could even be considered life threatening.
The situation with the kid sitting on her lap was clearly in the wrong. That could have gotten the child killed and was against the law.
Studies have shown that nearly 70% of infants born before the laws Britney allegedly violated died at or near her son's current age. In the 1990s mortality rates among infants rose to nearly 80% of all children born in America, most due to not wearing seatbelts, being "improperly" buckled in, or just simply due to being in or near a car. It was a festival of infant carnage back then.
A significant portion of children died simply by looking at cars (although there are no direct figures to back this up, since many of these children are also thought to have perished due to sitting too close to the TV, crossing their eyes and/or stepping on cracks in sidewalks).
Some children also died from eating Play-Doh, and while there have been no sightings of Play-Doh at or near the Spears/Federline household, roughly 15,000 photographers with four-foot long telephoto lenses have set up a perimeter roughly 100 centimeters outside the home and will immediately report it if they see any.
we have the tabloid press today to ensure that Baby Britney grows up safe and sound.