Many people use the internet to search for missing children, and there are many resources available that can help you if your child is ever lost. Recently, a woman by the name of Rachel Brown shared her story about searching for her son after he went missing from their home in Florida. It turns out that it was just days before Christmas when she realized he wasn’t where she left him, but they found him safe with friends nearby. This story shows us how important it is to have an easy way to find our loved ones – whether they’re infants or adults!
There are many resources available to help you find your loved ones if they go missing from home.
Recently, Rachel Brown shared her story about how she searched for her son after he went missing from their Florida home. They found him safe with friends nearby days before Christmas!
This is a reminder of the importance that we have an easy way to find our loved ones – whether it be infants or adults!
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The following tips can also help: Keep up with where your child attends school and who his/her teachers are in case he does not return when expected. If kids do walk to the bus stop, make sure they have a way to communicate with you at all times.
If your child is prone to wander off or has done so in the past year, talk about safety plans regularly and consider using GPS devices that can be located by family members. Consider putting together an emergency contact list for parents of children who attend daycare – it’s always wise to keep this on hand because emergencies happen!
Make sure that everyone knows where your child lives if he/she attends school outside of their home address (schools usually require registration).
Keep up with where your child attends school and who his/her teachers are in case he does not return when expected.
If kids do walk t the bus stop by themselves, make sure they know where the bus stop is and when to expect the bus.
If you’re not at home with your child during school hours, ask a trusted friend or neighbor for help – have them pick up your kids from school if needed.
If someone does not show up for work on time check in with their boss immediately!
Helping children stay safe can be stressful but there are some steps that parents can take to ensure their safety: Teach small children “stranger danger” early so they understand how dangerous it is to talk to strangers outside of family members and other people who have already been accepted into the inner circle. Make an emergency contact list of people in case something happens while mommy or daddy is away.
Create a code word for use with children so they know whether it’s really their parent on the phone or not. Have an emergency plan in place that includes where to go and what to do if mommy or daddy doesn’t come home when expected.”
Where Oh Where Can My Baby Be – Search For Missing Babies
This blog post highlights one of our founders, Jane Johnson, as she continues her search for missing babies around the world. Her dedication has led other families who have lost loved ones connect with each other and receive support through this difficult time. Last year alone, there were more than 15 thousand reported cases of infants going missing across Texas alone- which means someone out there knows something about these babies.
If you are a parent with missing children, we urge you to acquire the following items:
A wallet card so that if your child is taken and they need ID for something like going on an airplane or into care facilities, he/she will know who their parents are. This can be found through Missing Kids
An emergency plan in place that includes where to go and what to do if mommy or daddy doesn’t come home when expected” have copies of important documents such as birth certificates, passports, etc.” If you don’t have these things readily available but think someone has access to them (grandparents), send copies of those documents scanned over email then delete them off your computer so it’s not accessible for someone to take
A photo of your children in case they are taken and shown on TV or the internet
A copy of this book that was recommended by a member of law enforcement during one missing child’s search: “I Know My Rights” – The Kidnapped Children Edition. It is designed to teach kids their rights when being questioned whether it be by police, teachers, etc. This link will get you $15 off the cost: iKnowMyRights
Blog Post Headline: ‘Where Oh Where Can My Baby Be – Search for Missing Babies’
Blog Post Subtitle: where oh where can my baby be? Here’s how to prepare yourself if he/she ever goes missing
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