Using a seatbelt or car seat is non-negotiable

As parents we have a responsibility towards our children, to love them, care for them, provide for them and protect them. When I was a child, our family were fortunate enough to always have a car. Our parents’ only rule in it was that every passenger HAD to have a seatbelt on at ALL times. This was never something we negotiated or fought about it.

So why nowadays is it easy to just let it slide and allow our kids to dictate their need or lack thereof for a seatbelt or to use a car seat? Because it keeps the peace, right? I know, I’ve been there. I’ve had to bribe and beg my kids before embarking on our journey to buckle up, and I always win. But should this even be a conversation?

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