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Easier Than Tattooing Your Kid's Forehead

 - Jun 14, 2008   Updated: Jun 17 2011
References: kidsafetyband & kidsafetyband
Kid Safety Bands are silicone rubber wristbands with your contact information etched on them. The bands are intended to help lost two to eight-year-old kids reconnect with their parents.

The front of the bands are laser-engraved with your child's initials or the phrase, “If found please call." The back of the band will have the parents/caregivers cell phone number(s). You may also add child allergies or medical conditions.

Implications - The bands are bright orange and super-light so that they won't bother your child's wrist. Paul A. O'Dea is the creator of the bands, who had a child scare herself. She hopes that many people will get one of her bands so that parents hopefully never have that "frantic search" for a missing child.