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Fingering printing your kid/kids

Every year many toddler/kids/ and even teens are reported missing. As parents we should have a id card made in case this ever happens to your child. A id card should have a description of your child, and you should have one for each kid.(weight, birth marks, updated picture, scars, and even finger prints.) All these things can make it very easy to id your kid if ever found and gives people something to look out for.
 Remember everyone's finger prints are unique and never change over time.
(this was a sloppy copy I did of my child's, remember to use a ink pad and never go over the same print twice. As you can see we did his thumb twice sense it was to dark first time)  

Some other ways to protect your child~
Never post on social media personal info, schools they attend, daily routines, and vacations  you may think of going on. I have seen so many times were people thought their info was not public cause the settings said they were not and they were. 
Never let a little one walk any place alone. 
Teach kids what to do if they ever do get lost in different settings/places.
Teach kids what to do if someone ever did try to pick them up and run/ self defense 
Teach kids not to talk to go any place with a stranger
(not for a dog, candy or cause their mommy/daddy told them its ok)

Here is a video I love~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWYGfdrV_fY 

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