When I was in Target when my first son was a wee tot, he had hidden in the clothes rack.  I was a super young, first-time mom and freaked out (He is now 18)  I was running around the store with tears streaming down my face looking for my little boy.  My heart felt as if it were stuck in my throat beating a million miles a minute.  A hundred questions went through my mind, all of worst case scenarios.  All of this happened in a matter of the longest 30 seconds of my life (except when Jakobi did almost the same thing – same store) until a hear, “hee hee hee hide” and see a store lady walking towards me holding Billy’s hand.
I didn’t have a cell phone back when Billy was little, but everyone and their mother has one now.  Safety Tat employs this fact with their oh-so-clever idea kinda like “Tattoo that on so-and-so’s forehead” and made a temporary tattoo for your kids.  You adhere the temporary tattoo to their arm and then write your number on it.  Now if they get lost, when they get found you get a call.  Less “scary” time for the lost kid and no store clerk trying to figure out what your hysterical child is trying to say.  Unless yours is hiding, then you will need a pager or a leash.  For some strange reason I also feel the need to say that although while the Safety Tat is an awesome backup tool in emergencies, it by no means replaces a parents watchful eye.

From right now until April 25, 2011, Safety Tat has offered my readers a 10% discount on any order of $15 by using the code: MakobiScribe (case sensitive), or you can try to win one of two sample Quick Stick Write Ons by:

Giveaway will end on April 26, 2011 11:59 pm EST. Open to US and Canada only. Please make sure your email address is public on your profile or leave with your comments so I can contact you should you win. The winner will be chosen by random.org and announced here as well as emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. I received no monetary compensation for this review but was supplied this product free of charge; however, all opinions are my own.

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