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sofyluv13 sofyluv13 10 years
i dont think shes gonna make parent of the year
popsugarjunkie popsugarjunkie 10 years
He is cute in his car.
Luvmyboyz2005 Luvmyboyz2005 10 years
My 5 year old son has one of those and my soon to be 2 year old rides it all the time. It has two different gears, 1st gear is slower then a turtle and 2nd is the 5mph. They also come with a safty thing so they cant put them in the higher gear. So yeah he isnt 3 yet but it really doesnt hurt for him to have one. Also, no one I know whos kids have these where helmets. Lay off her already. At least she is trying to give them a good life.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 10 years
For some reason I do not find Sean cute at all.
amandachalynn amandachalynn 10 years
Sorry Tiabia I still don't think you're right. It takes more coordination and strength to play at a park than it does to sit in a little car that only goes when you press a button. It automatically stops when their foot is not on the petal. Also, we don't know that Violet doesn't drive around in a 'motor vehicle'. The paps don't follow anyone as closely as they follow Britney. Violet could have her own power wheel, too! I would like to see people not being so quick to judge, and not take pictures of ANY celeb's kids. It's not right.
tiabia tiabia 10 years
There won't be a witch hunt against the Afflecks because Violet isn't riding a motorized vehicle, and besides, seems I'm the only one that has a differing opinion on this particular subject matte, any way, Violet is at the park, which while I'm sure there are signs, we can all agree that a child can pretty much do well on some park equipment, barring the monkey bars...well I mean unless your 1.5 year old has the super upper-body strength...because, you never know with kids these days...am I right or am I right. Alright, I over beating this dead horse. I'm not a parent and don't plan to be for a while, so FACK IT!!!
canthelpwatching canthelpwatching 10 years
I agree with you Amanda. I never believed that kids could be that advanced physically with their motor skills until I had a six month old who started walking and then was running by the time he was seven months old. He's sooo incredibly advanced with his motor skills, fine and gross. Some kids are just BETTER at things than other kids. We dont know anything about Britney's kid. It pains me to be defending her. And really, I want to see the same witchhunt on the Afflecks at the park with their kid. Every piece of equipment at the park will have a label on it for age safety and appropriateness. And most parks have larger signs that also have an age warning. NO ONE FOLLOWS THEM BUT PARANOID FREAKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
amandachalynn amandachalynn 10 years
Tiabia- How do you know what his cognitive abilities are? I am 6 months away from a masters in developmental psychology, and I can tell you that he most definitely is capable of having the cognitive ability to control a power wheel. Children learn at different rates, but how extreme their differences are can never truly be understood by a person that is not a parent or a full time childcare provider. The biggest safety issue these days is over-protective moms who want to shield their children from everything that could be even remotely dangerous. If a child doesn't get some bumps and bruises along the way, they are not picking up the coordination that is necessary in school to play with your peers. They will get hurt more often in the long run if they don't learn how to control their bodies in the early years.
amandachalynn amandachalynn 10 years
My son is SP's age, and he has a jeep powerwheel. He doesn't wear a helmet. I also don't follow him around like she is. I just let him go in the backyard. I'm always watching, either in the backyard with him or doing dishes in front of the window where I can see him. All kids grow and mature at different rates. While it might be too early for some kids, other kids are ready for more advanced play. I'm getting a tricycle for my son's birthday, and he is completely ready for it! At least she's spending time with him.
tiabia tiabia 10 years
mmmmhmmmm still :innocent: the SAME Ole tune!!! I'm just going to have wait til I'm a grand ole parent to find out...yeah, yeah
canthelpwatching canthelpwatching 10 years
ALSO The playgrounds all have signs that the equipment is for kids three and older, but we still let our kids younger than that go. Everything always says three and over. It's just a legal thing, I swear. As if my kid can't go down a slide until they're three. How dumb. They just don't want to get sued. McDonald's playyards have the same signs. So the next time POP posts a photo of the Afflecks at the park with their one year old, we should all call CPS on them because I'm SURE there's a sign at their park too.
canthelpwatching canthelpwatching 10 years
He's soooooooo incredibly fine in that car. Really. My son is 1, but will be 2 next week. He could EASILY ride that and control it. But at 12 months, maybe not. But he still would have been one. Things change quickly month by month with kids. If he's driving it in a video you saw, then he's driving it! So he's fine! His mom is right there! A helmet would have impeded his progress! Trust me. We always let our kids learn how to pedal their bikes in our backyard first WITHOUT a helmet because the helmets through them off when they're that young. But it's the law on the street. But NOT in our backyard. And NOT in her driveway.
mouldy mouldy 10 years
i want what britney is riding. that sounds dirty. i want that vehicle britney is riding.
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 10 years
BTW, my nephew is 1 1/2 and just figured out how to drive his big sis's big wheel. That makes him younger than Sean Preston. People need to stop being so over protective of their kids.
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 10 years
Behold! The most fuel efficient Escalade (and SUV) on the road! He should be in a little hybrid car. That'd be sooo much cooler! I guess even a two-year only feels cool driving the replica of a giant gas guzzler...
ispyemo ispyemo 10 years
wow i cant believe he is driving a big wheel already. she always carries him around. makes little sp seem soo small.
tiabia tiabia 10 years
I am so over this topic. But I just had to make a comment to Reeeeeka...I seriously doubt you've seen a child younger than 1 driving a Power Wheel. Please stop with the unnecessary exaggeration!!!
reeeeka reeeeka 10 years
I've NEVER seen a kid ride in one of those cars with a helmet! She's not doing anything wrong but seeing as she's Britney "I make mistakes in the eyes of the public" Spears then we rush to judge her and make her look bad. He ISN'T too young to ride in that car especially since she's following right behind. Go look at the cars intructions! I've seen kids even younger than him riding in those kinds of cars. get over it
CoMMember13630786602261 CoMMember13630786602261 10 years
I think he looks adorable in his little cadilac. and i dont htink there is anything too worriesome about him driving by himself, as long as there was someone nearby watching him there is nothing wrong with that!
tati33 tati33 10 years
goodness, i bet SP's Escalade costs more than my Toyota Corolla... :(
rubialala rubialala 10 years
he's so cute!!!
lovelymiss6 lovelymiss6 10 years
I think they meant he needs a helmet because he's so young...my sister has one of those and she doesn't wear a helmet...but she's 5.
t0xxic t0xxic 10 years
tia its pretty simple to stop, you move your foot off the pedal. when/if you become a parent youll see what i mean :) its really amazing. and as a parent you show them what to do and how to work it. an can decide for your self. but dont under estimate those little minds. i would love to show you some of the things my 2 year old can do, it really would blow your mind, they pick and absorb everything. its really amazing how they catch on if you show them.
t0xxic t0xxic 10 years
Yea I do. And its kinda of crazy just because he has the same face at the cameras. Im pretty sure if I had 50+ cameras flashing and following my children and I around they would not be all smiles. And honestly NOR WOULD I be taking them to a public park. And at this point I doubt any mother want there kids to have Play Dates with Brits kids bc of all the attention she recieves.
tiabia tiabia 10 years
My issues has nothing to do with him being Britney Spears' son...that was your own conclusion. There is a BIG developmental difference between the ages of 3 and 1. Granted some age levels are unnecessarily elevated, however when it comes to something that is both motorized and has wheels and the child needs to have the ability to know how to stop it, I don't find that a 1 year old is able to process that. Oh and one more thing, I can tell you now that if/when I actually become a mother, that I will not be going out and purchasing an Escalade Power Wheel for my 1.5 year old baby...sorry.
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