Just some tips for parents with little ones. You can keep your little one…

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Just some tips for parents with little ones. You can keep your little one…

Just some tips for parents with little ones.

You can keep your little one safe with these tips:
⚫Don’t put her name on her clothing or a backpack. If you have to mark her clothes for school, rather label it on the inside where it is not easily visible to strangers. Children often trust adults who know their name.
⚫Teach your little one not to just scream when a stranger takes her, but to scream help or something similar. Toddlers often scream in shopping centres even when their parents are picking them up.
⚫Teach your child not to accept gifts or sweets from strangers. They should always check with you first.
⚫If your child is old enough, teach her your name, surname and telephone number. Even your name and surname will help if she gets lost in a shopping centre. That way, she’ll be able to tell security who her parents are.
⚫Never leave your child unsupervised – not even in the play area of a restaurant. Always make sure you have eyes on her at all times.
⚫Never ask a stranger to hold your baby, not even for a second.
⚫Never leave your child alone in a car or in a stroller – not even for a minute while you turn your back to look at an item behind you.
⚫Make sure your little one knows whose car she can get into and that she should scream and run away if a stranger tries to force her into a car.
⚫If you’ve arranged for someone else to pick your child up from daycare or preschool, discuss this arrangements with your child and the teacher.

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5 comments on “Just some tips for parents with little ones. You can keep your little one…

  1. My kids were latch-key children. Another bit of advice that my kids HAD to do was walk close to the houses when walking on tbe pavement down a road. Far enough away from the kerb that they can’t be just snatched. It was LAW in my house

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