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10 Photos From The '70s And '80s That Would Get Parents In Lots Of Trouble Today When Mommy Shorts creator Ilana Wiles interviewed her mom about raising kids in the '70s and '80s, she learned just how different parenting looked mere decades ago. "Forget sippy cups, our parents didn't even use car seats or bike helmets!" Wiles told The Huffington Post. "She said she honestly couldn't remember if I had a car seat or not," the mom recalled. Following her interview, Wiles asked readers to submit childhood throwback pictures and expected an influx of cute vintage baby pictures. Instead, the mom was surprised to receive tons of photos of kids riding in the beds of pickup trucks, playing with firecrackers and biking without helmets. "It was so interesting to look at nostalgic photos that most of us can totally identify with our childhoods and realize what extreme danger we now consider most of these things," she said. Wiles compiled some of the images into a post called "41 Photos That Would Get Our Parents Arrested If They Were Taken Today," that later went viral. As a mom to two young daughters, Wiles says she falls somewhere in between free range and helicopter on the parenting spectrum. "I think you need to let kids fall and make mistakes for them to learn and grow," she said, adding, "But that doesn't mean I will ever go out of my way to put them in danger! And I am always watching from a safe distance." Though the mom hopes people will get a good laugh out of her photo post, she is quick to note that she does not think kids today should stop wearing helmets and start playing with firecrackers. "Most of the new laws and cultural changes are in place because of very real accidents that have happened throughout the years," she explained. "But I also hope people realize it's OK to relax a little and your kids will still most likely turn out the same." Wiles conducted the initial interview and posted the callout as part of a sponsored campaign for baby products brand Munchkin. She told The Huffington Post that she will be creating a follow up post, and parents are still welcome to submit photos on her Facebook page. "I've already got pics of a 9 year old in a cage with a live bear from the early '80s and a baby from the '70s with a gun rack hanging above her crib!"