People have feelings after Kim Zolciak-Biermann posted a photo of her 6-year-old son, Kash Biermann, in his car seat. What some fans noticed about the photo was that Kash seems to be tall for his age, and they then wondered why he still needed to be in the car seat. The Don't Be Tardy mom acknowledged his size in the pic's caption: "My baby [Kash] on the way to school this morning! He is such a BIG BOY. He is only 6. He melts me. His heart is unreal."
According to Yahoo, Georgia state law notes that children under the age of 8 are required to ride in a car in a safety seat or booster seat that is made for their height and weight. Any child over the 4 feet and 9 inches size requirement can wear a seat belt.
Well, Kim has a message for those out there, according to her social media response, via Us Weekly: “Ya’ll know I don’t play when it comes to my babies."
She also posted a photo of Kash's size to Instagram Stories, which proves that he is under the size requirement at 4 feet and 5 inches.
Yahoo noted that Kim also had this message for one fan who pointed out that he was still in his booster seat: “Yup!!!!! I’ll keep them in one until they are 18.” The Atlanta mama also addressed the issue on Twitter, with her signature sense of humor: