I'm still shaking my head over this part of her statement.
So tell me Leanna, if the parent is not the problem, then who IS to blame? Cooper? The car manufacturer? The baby seat manufacturer? ChickFilA? Home Depot? Oh wait, it's a society in denial that's the problem.
It's not something that just "happens", like rain falling out of the sky, or day turning to night (and even in those examples there's a predictability to the events). Someone put Cooper in the car that day, he didn't get in by himself. And someone left him in the car that day. It didn't just "happen".
Something is very messed up in her thinking process, IMO. I feel bad for her that she lost her child, but I get the distinct impression I feel worse for Cooper than she does.
I just have chime in because it really burns my toast she said this because as a couple leaving their son in the car was their worst fear. Steps could have and should have been made to make each other accountable to remember him in that car seat. I don't in the true sense blame her but to put it on society is wrong. You can't truthfully stop a parent who is determined to use deceit to murder.