Author and TV host Daphne Oz, celebrity ambassador for TurnAfter2, said about the campaign: "It's not that scolding, mommy-shaming nonsense. We can and should be each other's resources especially if you see something that puts a child in harm's way. This is a way for you not to be the bad guy. "
I'll admit it would be hard for me to approach a mom friend who had turned around her child's seat before age 2. Because you want to believe that parents make the best, most educated decisions for their little ones' safety. But as Oz suggests, it doesn't have to be said in an "I know better" kind of way. Perhaps just starting a conversation about car seat safety is the way to go, and sharing your own experience and what you've learned. And hope that you can make an important difference in a family's life.
What is your take?
Melissa Willets is a writer/blogger and soon-to-be mom of 4. Find her on Facebook where she chronicles her life momming under the influence. Of yoga.