Graco Alano Classic Connect Travel System, Roman

Graco Alano Classic Connect Travel System, Roman
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Graco Alano Classic Connect Travel System, Roman

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Query by d-man72: Is it illegal to leave child in auto for a minute in a quite protected neighbourhood?
We have two youngsters — 3 years old and 18 months. We have not had to do this so far, but we are considering hiring a nanny. She would be responsible for dropping off my 3 year old to the day care. The nanny also has a 18 month old child. We’re organizing to have her take all three children with her in a van to drop off my 3-year old to day care. Even so, I thought it would be ok if she left the two 18-month old young children in the automobile although she dropped the 3-year old in the day care. This is a quite protected region and both the 18-month old children would be buckled up in their vehicle seats. The nanny should not be gone for a lot more than a minute. I know there is constantly a tiny possibility that some thing could go wrong, but it seems to me that this predicament is fairly protected. The day care has their own parking lot — so there are not a lot of folks walking about there and this is a quite safe neighbourhood.

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Answer by fffgel
Yes – totally.

I am shaking my head at this one. If I occurred to see your nanny leave the van with the 2 young children inside, I’d block her in, call the cops, and sit there until they came. That is definitely wrong.

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  1. AlliesMomAK says:
    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great value -very sturdy!, April 18, 2012
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    I purchased these when Amazon had a 20 percent off sale on selected Graco, and I am SO GLAD I did. This particular pattern/color was not available at a retailer in my area, and I am so very happy with the selection I made. The stroller was easy to put together and using the carseat base is a breeze! The basket under the stroller has plenty of room (I even use it for grocery shopping) and my baby sleeps comfortably. One of my best baby purchases by FAR, and the value was unparalled.

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  2. ISB says:
    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great, April 20, 2012
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    I got this for my first baby. I like the colors and there seems to be enough padding to make my daughter comfortable. I havn’t had a problem with the assemply or it holding together. The car seat fits really well in the base and stroller. It isn’t that heavy either so I can lift the stroller over my front step with no problem.

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  3. cheriekruebbe says:

    Its a reborn doll,they look almost real,,,,

  4. carmen paynes says:

    im calling 911 on that ladie and shes going to jail

  5. kodasrebornbaby1 says:

    its a reborn doll it wasnt moving in any wat shape or form

  6. dovebear42 says:

    anyone notice to foot in the corner of the car seat?

  7. Alana Winner says:

    This mother I think was on an mom blog asking for sympathy from the name calling she got, saying the baby had seizures so she didn’t want to wake the baby as it might have a seizures. Babies can throw up when they have seizures so she is lucky it didn’t happen, and the baby did not aspirate vomit into its lungs. Evidently, she did not learn her lesson and is looking for an excuse. I am a mom and babies are not easy, you have to take them in the store, they do change your lifestyle.

  8. James Mays says:

    Are you F–king serious A village to raise a child.Where do you F–king live the sarangetti.She wasn’t going to hunt for meat or dig tubbers.It was a grocery store Idiot!!! Let me interject a little common scense.Put the child in a cart and take them with you! DUH.Would you leave your Dolly in the car when your mommy takes you shopping.NO.You proably have a PHD in Socialogy or some shit.Me I’s Gradewated Sixth Grade.As Dr. Ben Carson said to Pres Obama, It’s not like it’s Brain Surgery

  9. James Mays says:

    I don’t give a Rat’s Ass about the Mother! If nobody will Condem This Worthless Excuse for a Human Being I will.The mother can run from Danger.This Child is Helpless and Undefended Which was The Mothers Responsabilty.She is proabaly is the type that would Run out of her burning house First.And by the way What the Hell Does New Zeland have to do with anything?That’s like saying It Wasn’t My Child.I didn’t know We were Taking Turns at Responsabilty.Don’t Piss God Off.

  10. dansha56 says:

    omg. that baby is still breathing right?!

  11. Donimo King says:

    Oh my!

  12. Sharon Wong says:

    I personally felt that the mother is in the wrong. The baby is still young, how can it be left alone?

  13. hitsugayatoushiro101 says:

    Dear baby, please grow up nice and healthy to disown your uncaring tardy mother. Because my mother would never do something like this.

  14. TheInvulnerableFront says:

    She’s one stupid white bitch leaving her baby like that. And the irony is that it’s always the white females who preach to others about women’s rights and morality.

  15. liquid bato says:

    this is so sad, with all the advncement in the modern society, with the vastness of education, culture and moral one can gain, we still make poor judgements. before you act on things, you have to think it twice before doing it or you might end up regretting it.

  16. kekakumo08 says:

    PLS LIKE IF YOU LOVE YOURE BABY <3<3<3 LOVE LOVE LOVE

  17. captleony says:

    the baby was sleeping then the mother thinks that she is comfortable and she don’t want the child to be awake

  18. brandon boyd says:

    people dont even know the real reason,and yet they r judging harshly,,atleast she left the baby comfortable,its not lyk she abandoned the baby 4ever..nothing wrong there,people r just too judgemental..

  19. solehin dixor says:

    /watch?v=QM7jubjV-J0 watch this

  20. solehin dixor says:

    /watch?v=2OdKow7IAuw watch this, its a documentary on leaving your kids in the car and what might happen, i personally feel like what this mother did was irresponsible. watch this second video its on a real case of something similar to this and the boy died. this is really terrible i dont know how this mom could leave her child like this /watch?v=QM7jubjV-J0

  21. solehin dixor says:

    a lot of bad things could have happened like the child getting kidnapped, or suffocating because there isnt enough oxygen as the engines were off and there’re no aircon, and if the engine is on how sure are you that the car is safely secured that the car wont move on its on a lot of cases of this has had happened in the past. im not saying she’s a bad mother but she isnt a good responsible and compassionate mother either

  22. Genoveva Baird says:

    This is so wrong :/

  23. Maria says:

    Yes it is, even for 15 seconds.

  24. Mizz_hyphy says:

    apparently not for white women

  25. Landa M says:

    They are too young to leave anywhere. You could go to prison.

  26. Freedom says:

    i don’t know if it is legal or not. i just wouldn’t do it. specially if the nanny is in charge.
    1 mnute turns into ten and that is when the problems begin.
    many things can go wrong.
    I never risk my kids, even if it is for 10 seconds.
    They are my life. i would never forgive myself if something went wrong.

  27. Deb says:

    NO!! It is never acceptable or legal to leave a child unattended in a car. Safe Schmafe, there are creepy people everywhere and let me tell you they just don’t care.

  28. notnaked says:

    Unbelievable how many parents are willing to risk the children in the name of laziness!!!

  29. sheila, TTC says:

    yes, its illegal.

  30. Cassie T says:

    have the three year old walk to the open door where the instructor is standing…park as near the door as you can.have an arrangement for the instructor to stand in the open door and come out and get the three year old or have teh three year old walk to teh door….

  31. NIKKI says:

    seems to risky to me but i see people all the time leave there infants in the car and run into a convenient store. very risky but it is your decision.

  32. starrystarrynight says:

    Most day cares have a pickup/dropoff line for this reason. I guess yours does not?

    Twice at my CHURCH’S preschool someone stole purses while the moms had run in for a minute. So I think it is wrong to assume safety-the reality is the bad guys know how these places work, and know it’s a great opportunity to get what they want.

    I don’t know about the legality but I think it’s a bad idea. See if someone will take the 3 year old out of the car for you.

    Good luck hiring a nanny-that has got to be tough!

  33. Glenna says:

    I hate the idea of leaving ANY child in a vehicle alone for ANY amount of time. IF she chooses to leave them in the car, she should have someone sit with them. Maybe she could work out a system with one of the other mothers. She’ll run your 3 year old and the other mothers children up to the building while the other mother stays with the kids in the car and vice versa. That’s my suggestion. NEVER leave children alone in a car for even a second. Who knows what could happen.

  34. tinyavenger says:

    It doesn’t matter how “safe” you feel it is.
    Children should never be left unattended.
    Bad things happen in safe neighborhoods too.
    (Plus, if I saw that, I would be on the phone with the cops as fast as my little fingers could dial!)
    Also, do not tell your nanny to do this as you do not want to put her in a position where she could get into a lot of trouble.

  35. ambertmbg1 says:

    I’m not sure it’s illegal, I do it occasionally and have since my daughter was a baby. (She’s 4 now).
    I did have a college security guard say something to me about it once. He didn’t specifically say it was illegal, but he certainly wasn’t happy about it either. I bickered back and forth with him for a while and left.
    In that situation, I should also mention that the car was parked BESIDE the security guard (could there be a safer spot?) and also the car never left my sight. I could see it at all times.

  36. grann8r says:

    NO SUCH THING AS A SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD!!!!
    Get someone you trust to watch the babies while you go in.
    Another parent with more than one child. You watch theirs and they can watch yours.

  37. Dawn2Dusk says:

    Are you kidding?

    You want to leave the nanny in charge of 3 toddlers, and have no problems with her leaving 2 of them alone in a car for a minute? What is the world coming too……and then we cry and feel sorry for people like you when your kids get kidnapped or killed.

    Why can’t you or your spouse take the 3 yr old to day care whilst the nanny stays and cares for the other babies?

    It may be less convenient for you, but a missing child will cause you to regret not doing it.

  38. shorte716 says:

    It is Illegal to leave your child unattended in a car by themselves. What is wrong with you?

  39. tigercasey21 says:

    not sure of the legality but it sure is stupid

  40. Julie S says:

    Ok I know how hard it is to haul babies in and out of some place but you have to do it. No matter how safe it is you need to take them all inside. I have four children and I have to take them in and out of the van everyday twice to pick up my 5 year old from school. It is hard but can be done.

  41. Doodlestuff says:

    No, absolutely not.

  42. ilovejolie86 says:

    If the neighborhood and daycare are so safe, why can’t the nanny watch the 3 year old walk into the school rather than leaving the two smaller children by themselves? The only time I’ve left my son in the car was when I left my phone inside my mom’s house and he was already strapped in the carseat in the driveway – and I still didn’t even go back inside the house, just made my mom throw me my phone!

  43. ZeeLee says:

    From me and all women struggling to conceive, we hate you.

    1. Raise your own damn kids
    2. You’re lucky enough to HAVE kids, at least treat them right. You shouldn’t ever leave your child in the car. EVER, under any circumstances. If three kids are too much for the nanny, then one of you two should drop the 3 year old off instead. And expecting her to leave her kid in the car while she tends to yours? Phhhhhhhhhhh! AS IF!
    3. “I know there is always a small possibility that something could go wrong,” Are you willing to risks the kids’ lives on that? This situation is potentially harmful (as you said you realise) and the whole thing can be avoided with proper behaviour. Minimise the risk, and therefor the harm.

  44. huh? says:

    If you do, you should be beaten with a tube sock full of wood screws.

    Take the time, and take the kids out of the car seat and take them with you. Better safe than sorry. A crazy psycho rapist, murderer or kidnapper can wander into any “safe” neighborhood.

  45. vistazan says:

    Im certain the last place a person out to kidnap a child would look would be a daycare center.
    Look lady, its your kid. But i would NEVER ever leave one alone in a car for a few seconds. Do you know how long it takes to bust out a window, get in and drive off? a few seconds.

  46. golightlygirl says:

    I am not sure if it is illegal, but it should not be done ever!! It doesn’t matter what the neighborhood is like, scumbags are everywhere, and some even seek out places where people will leave valuables in their car unlocked. (Daycares!!!) This is not safe and even though it may be inconvenient for you or your nanny is it really worth the risk of losing one of your children? My guess is NO! Try a different plan!

  47. Maureen says:

    I would say it is illegal.

    It only takes a second for a child to wind up missing or worse. You never know who is in the car over from you or hiding in the parking lot. Its a horrible idea. Hire a nanny that has older kids, or have her take all the kids out of the car to bring the 3 year old in.

    It doesnt matter where you are, things happen everywhere, and everynight there is a missing child or something tragic in the news.

    Its not worth the risk.

  48. teel says:

    You’re willing to risk your baby for “fairly safe?” First, invest in a television and watch the news for a week. There are plenty of grieving parents who thought that it was fine to leave their kids for “just a second” while they popped in somewhere. Kids are worth the “inconvenience” of getting them in and out of the car.

  49. Kaya M says:

    It is illegal to leave any child in a unattended car no matter how long the time period.

    Human beings are very unpredictable for two reasons. At first, a parent will be very cautious about leaving the child in the car, while running in for a minute to do an errand. Then complacency takes over and the parent will take even longer to get back to the car, not thinking about the unnecessary risks they are taking by leaving the child. It takes less than one minute to take a child out of a car, and two minutes to break the window and get in. Never in any circumstance, create any situation where predators out there can cease an opportunity to commit a crime. Bottom line here is, how much is the child worth to you? And to be protected by the you? I hope this helps.

  50. Crystal G says:

    If you have a nanny why is the three year old going to daycare?

    It is illegal to leave a child in the car even for one minute. It is child endangerment. A woman just got charged with this in MA two days ago for leaving her 18 month old sleeping in the car while she ran in some place.

  51. TNEmily says:

    I don’t know if it’s illegal but it’s definitely not worth the risk.

  52. tercentenary98 says:

    It’s very dangerous more than anything. There’s no such thing as a safe neighborhood. There are many people whom thought their neighborhoods were safe and their children ended up dead or missing.



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