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Tuesday, June 3, 2008


I found this really cool product. They are temporary tatoos for your children that say, "If lost please call. . ." and they print your phone number on them. They are great for your children in case they get lost at an amusement park, a field trip or a fair, wherever. We have tried having the kids memorize our cell phones, but lets face it, a 2 year old isn't going to do that and he's the most likely to get lost in the shuffle! The other products they offer are tatoos that say, "I have a nut allergy" or "I'm autistic" or "I'm non-verbal, please call. . ." etc. There are many other labels.
I thought this was a really clever product. You can order all different designs, as well. Check them out!
www.safetytats.com
Let me know what you think!

8 comments:

The White House said...

I actually just came across these too! I thought it was a great idea and I was already planning to order some for Disneyland trips, etc... Thanks for sharing the link- now I don't have to go searching for it!

Mae said...

That's awesome! Last Farmer's I was seriously considering investing in one of those backpack leashes for Ty. Not that he would stand for it, but he's the only one I've ever needed it for!

It would have been interesting to see what Ashlynn would have been like at Farmers as a 2 year old.

Beagle Buds said...

Yeah! I think that's a brilliant idea. We loose Natalee everywhere we go. Or...she looses us. She doesn't seem bothered by it - thinks she's capable. Do they make them with implantable gps chips?!

John & Lisa Henderson Fam said...

I love those!!!!

Beagle Buds said...

Thank you! I just ordered some - autism for Nat, boys rockets and pups for G. Won't they think they're cool!

SoCal Rogers said...

What a good idea. When we were at Disney World last week we found a lost little girl. She was about 2-3 years old. Brian and I followed her for about 45 seconds and then realized there were no parents in sight. Brian went to get an employee and I tried to speak to her. Turns out she didn't speak English! The employees came, but she wouldn't go with them. She was screaming and crying for "Mama". We then started looking for screaming parents, but nothing. We waited for 30 minutes and nothing on the disney employee radio looking for a lost child. Security finally had to come and get her. It would have been so easy if she had a phone number on her!

Mark and/or Lisa said...

Dang! Another one of those ideas where you've got to say to yourself, "why the heck didn't I think of that first."

Grandma Caroline said...

What a great idea! I'm amazed with all the new products that are so useful and I'm amazed at your ability to find them!