— Mothers driving around in their cars with their babies is becoming more common.

In a new study published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers found that mothers are driving their babies in a more aggressive way than in the past.

They compared the behavior of 30 mothers and 30 fathers driving in the same vehicle and found that the mothers were more likely to hit and hit their baby more than the fathers.

The researchers found this behavior was more common for the fathers and the mothers than for the mothers.

Their findings are important because in many countries, a mother driving with her baby in the car can trigger an attack.

There are currently no national guidelines for the handling of children in a car, and the research suggests that in some countries, parents should be required to carry a child in the vehicle to keep the baby safe.

When mothers are behind the wheel, they can also get a better view of the driver’s behavior, according to the researchers.

“This is something that is happening across the globe,” said Jennifer Gertner, a doctoral candidate in sociology at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

“It’s not something we’re just seeing here.

Mothers are getting into the car more aggressively and that’s potentially dangerous for their child.

While it may seem counterintuitive that a mother would be driving around with a baby in a vehicle that they haven’t fully committed to, there’s some evidence that fathers are also taking more aggressive actions.

We’re still not really sure what causes this behavior, but we know that mothers driving are more aggressive, and fathers are more likely, to hit their child.”

While the researchers found the mothers and fathers were more aggressive with their child in a crash, they didn’t find any differences between the two groups when it came to other behaviors, like running, yelling or driving on the sidewalk.

Parents need to understand that they can’t control the driving behavior of their child, Gertder said.

She said that parents should try to limit their children’s exposure to aggressive behavior.

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