‘This is how we’re going to stop him’: K-12 parents on their ‘child safety’ sticker
Jason Momoa, Freddie Mercury’s child and co-writer on The Birth of a Nation, has spoken out against parents who may have stickers on their child’s car or school bags to remind them to always carry their child with them, as the singer-songwriter’s parents have been forced to do.
Speaking to The Daily Beast, the star-studded singer said parents should consider having stickers or a badge on their kids car or bag to remind people of their child safety measures.
“When we get out and we’re out there, we’re on the road, we can’t just get our kids home and do the things we want to do, so I think it’s important that we take care of each other and make sure that we’re both doing our jobs well,” Momoa said.
‘This isn’t normal’: Parents ‘shouldn’t be allowed to put stickers on kids’ bags’ In a statement, the Recording Academy of America said the Academy does not endorse any specific sticker or bag policy, and instead recommends that parents consider using the following guidelines to make sure their kids are safe: “When you go on a public street or in a public place, always wear a helmet. “
If we can do that and we have our kids safe, that’s a good thing.”
‘This isn’t normal’: Parents ‘shouldn’t be allowed to put stickers on kids’ bags’ In a statement, the Recording Academy of America said the Academy does not endorse any specific sticker or bag policy, and instead recommends that parents consider using the following guidelines to make sure their kids are safe: “When you go on a public street or in a public place, always wear a helmet.
The best protection is to have your child’s helmet on when you’re walking or jogging.”
“If you’re not wearing a helmet, if you’re in a car, and if you see someone on a bike with a helmet on, be aware that they may be vulnerable and may be at risk.
If you have a child with you, get them to a safe place, like a car seat, a child safety seat, or a walker, a carseat, or walking device.”
“When someone is in a vehicle with you and you see them, take them to the nearest vehicle with a child restraint or a child seat.”
“It is important to use appropriate safety measures when driving your child to school, when they’re riding in a motorized vehicle, or at a park.”
“Use your child safety device when driving to a school.
Be prepared to provide proof of your child restraint when you leave the vehicle.
If the vehicle has an audible warning or vibration alarm, leave it on.”
“Children in wheelchairs and other mobility aids should always have the same safety devices as children in the vehicle.”
The statement continued, “The Academy recommends that each child in your family has a safety device in his or her car or child safety bag, or on a child-proof belt, and that every parent who has a child in the home should have a safe way to communicate with their child.”
The Academy does support the use of these safety measures, and we also recognize that it is important for parents to make decisions about their child in their own time and place.
“‘We don’t have any more kids’: Momoa says he won’t be attending a ‘kid-free’ show at the Beacon Theatre in Vancouver on September 12 Parents and families are calling on Vancouver’s entertainment district to ban all concerts featuring music by the rock-star family.
The Beacon Theatre has previously banned the rockers from playing in its three venues, and on Saturday night, organizers announced that they were cancelling a show at The Beacon.
“But as the Mercury family, we are taking this crisis and we are doing everything we can to prevent a similar situation from happening again.” “
It’s sad that the family of Freddie Mercury is in the middle of a national crisis of child safety and we don’t yet have any new children to protect,” said Kate Fowles, the Beacon’s president.
“But as the Mercury family, we are taking this crisis and we are doing everything we can to prevent a similar situation from happening again.”
Fowls said the Mercury have “not received any more invitations to perform at the theatre, and this will be their last show at our venue.”
“We’ve never seen such a large group of people and we’ve never felt such a community of support.
We don’t even know where to begin, so we’re just trying to reach out to everyone and just share this news and to be positive and encourage others to do the same thing,” she said.