Mabel’s Labels Monday – Safety for Lost Kids!

This morning we are using our Toronto City Pass to head to the zoo!  We’ve been waiting to do this for a long time, and we are excited!!!!  Now that Poppet is walking, it brings back memories of going to theme parks, or even just a day at the mall. Often I would  get caught up in looking at something.  All the colourful rides, all the furry animals, all the pretty toys!  It didn’t matter, I would be mesmerized!  I can remember turning around and grabbing my mom or dad’s legs.

Wait a minute……it’s not their legs!  Oh, how I remember the PANIC of a child!  All adults look the same from this height!  Where are my parents??????

Poppet has the same tendency to get lost in thought, and so I was thinking this morning about Mabel’s Labels Monday and how they can help me if she should ever get separated from me.  Did you know that they have a line of products just for kid safety?  My favourite is the411 Wristband!

 

Now if someone should find her by herself, she would have all the important details of how to get a hold of us attached right to her wrist.    There are 5 customizable designs to choose from, and each set contains 30 wristbands.  They are sunscreen, perspiration, water and chlorine resistant.  They can handle whatever your child can throw at it!  Why not pick up a set today to keep on hand for field trips or days out with the family in busy areas?

Warmest regards,

 

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