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Kim Kardashian isn't having being mommy-shamed about Saint's auto seat

11 August 2017, 09:26 | Myron Mathis

Kim Kardashian isn't having being mommy-shamed about Saint's auto seat

Kim Kardashian isn't having being mommy-shamed about Saint's auto seat

The mom of two posted a photo of her 20-month-old son in a forward-facing auto seat on Facebook this June.

Kim Kardashianhas been criticized on social media after sharing a cute picture of her son Saint West facing forward in the backseat of a vehicle, only to be urged to place him in a rear-facing auto seat instead.

Meanwhile in Australia, children up to six months must be in an "approved rearward facing restraint", while kids aged from "six-months-old but under four years must be secured in either a rear or forward facing approved child restraint with an inbuilt harness", according to New South Wales laws. Another added, "Look, I'm not trying to judge or anything".

'My family was so close growing up; now that I'm a mom, I understand the bond my mom and dad felt with us'. However, Kim shared a video on Thursday in which she responded to the criticisms, insisting that her youngest is of the right height and weight to be in a front-facing seat.


In a new video posted earlier this week, Kim fired back at those shaming her for her choices, and suggested that Saint's weight made it safe for him to sit forward-facing in the vehicle.

Apparently, Saint is the proper height and weight requirements for the seat, despite his age.

"Saint weighs more than North if that is believable".

Initially saying that she had "obsessive plans to build North's empire", Kim then clarified: "I love her experiencing my life and what goes on". "One day, whatever she wants to do, I'll support that no matter what it is". But I also love her having such a childhood life.



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