Kim Kardashian Responds to Mommy Shamers Over Son Saint's Car Seat

Kim Kardashian Responds to Mommy Shamers Over Son Saint's Car Seat

In the comments, many people argued the auto seat position was unsafe and broke California state law that requires toddlers under 2 to sit in rear-facing seats.

Following the backlash, the reality star deleted her photo off Instagram.

Kim's clip comes after it was revealed she was set to welcome a third child, with husband Kanye, via a surrogate mother. The CHP states that if this is the case then "the child must be secured in a manner that complies with the height and weight limits specified by the manufacturer of the auto seat". "From mummy to mummy please rear face him until two".

As California law states, children under the age of 2 must ride in a rear-facing auto seat unless the child weighs 40 or more pounds or is more than 40 inches tall.

However, the law also mandates that rear-facing auto seats are not applicable to children with a height of 40 inches or more, or a weight of over 40 pounds. "What people didn't know is that Saint is now the weight and height requirement to sit forward-facing".

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"Don't feel in a rush to turn your child's auto seat forward-facing too soon".

And it seems having four-year-old North and one-year-old Saint has taught Kim three big life lessons - love, patience and selflessness.

Paediatric emergency physician Dennis Durbin told parenting.com: "A rear-facing child safety seat does a better job of supporting the head, neck and spine of infants and toddlers in a crash, because it distributes the force of the collision over the entire body".

It's not the first time Kardashian has defended herself for how she chooses to parent her kids.