“Hello, my boyfriend’s brother and brother’s fiancé have our nephew forward-facing at 8 months as well as wearing thick bodysuits, which doesn’t follow safety guidelines as well.”
You may not want to hear this, but Halloween is just about two months away. Where did the time go? What even is time in the age of Coronavirus and social distancing? We digress… As alarming as that may sound, here’s some good news: Though you likely won’t be able to take your family to something like a haunted house (due to the aforementioned pandemic) this year, Netflix is making sure you can still get your seasonal thrills by recreating Stranger Things set that you can actually drive through (If you live in Los Angeles, anyway.)
A mom writes in asking for advice about buying a new car. This mom is soon to become a mom-of-three, all under 4-years-old. She is in the market now for a new vehicle and is torn between an SUV (sport utility vehicle) and a minivan. While she doesn’t love the look and reputation of a minivan, she understands many families get one for practical reasons that may be appealing to her. She asks the community to share their thoughts on the difference between an SUV and a minivan to help her make her decision.
A mom writes in asking for advice about her 5-month-old son. She says he has recently started screaming every time she tries to put him in the car. She wonders if it is perhaps due to the stay-at-home order currently in place in her state, which has kept them pretty much housebound, making this car thing relatively new to her son. Regardless, she is looking for advice about how to get the screaming to stop.
Jacob Luttrull, 33, was driving a Ford Expolorer with his three young boys when high water levels swept them off the low bridge they were attempting to cross while on their way to visit their grandmother. Luttrull and his two-year-old son survived the accident. His five and eight-year-old boys, Kayden and Brantley, did not.