Car seat Project
Hello, my name is Samantha Clark, and I was assigned a project in my Child Development class. I have to do an oral presentation for car seats. Truth of the matter is, I didn't really think it was all that fun, or that it mattered very much. That was before I saw Kyle's story. I knew that car seats were supposed to be safe, and that seat BELTS were supposed to be 100% effective.
Supposed to. That's the thing. They don't always work, (as we've seen from his story) and I now have this little angel's help to reinforce that fact to my peers, and the parents of the preschoolers that I work with everyday. The little ones in my life mean so much to me, (I'm only 14, and I work with 20 preschoolers, have 2, almost 3 nephews, and 1 neice) and I would hate to have them come in harm's way. As Christine said in writing his story, the car is one of the most dangerous situations you can put a child in.
I thank Christine, Kyle, Kevin, and Katie for spreading the message of car seat safety, I guarantee that you've helped thousands of people, and those people have helped other people, and those people have passed the message on, and so forth. With this power of knowledge, I can help the preschoolers parents, my sisters with their children, and even my own sister, who should still be in a 5 point harness.
Kyle, by the way your mommy talks about you, you seem like a very cute, innocent, funloving little boy, and didn't deserve to be taken from this world. We needed you here, Kyle, but just think about how many people you're helping with the knowledge your parents now know. Think about it like you're a little superhero!! You're saving lives, one car seat at a time. Congratulations buddy!! I wish I could be more superhero-like, and maybe I can because of you. Let's work hard to save more people, okay? I don't even know you, but I love and miss you, and I'm sure I'll get to meet you one day. Once again, thank you little angel.