As a mom of five, I admit I do get nervous taking all of my children out by myself sometimes. It literally only takes a second for a child to get distracted and disappear. When my oldest was 2 years old and I was pregnant with my second child, he disappeared on me at a children’s museum. It was only for a couple of minutes. I was with a friend and another mom could tell I was looking for my child. We found him immediately. But after that, he made a habit of being a runner and was definitely a stress to take him out of house. And let’s face it, we can’t always stay home.
Imagine you are at a large zoo with your children and one of them begs your attention. You turn your back momentarily and before you know it, one of your other children has disappeared. You heart drops into your stomach as you frantically scan the crowd with your eyes for her little brown pigtails and pink jacket. Thankfully, you spot her right away and bring her back into your care. But what if you didn’t find your child right away? Do you know what you would do?
Not Your Child Corp. has developed a GPS tracking device that keeps our children safe. Did you know that a child goes missing every 40 seconds, according to the U.S. Department of Justice? Fifty-one percent of those cases were due to situations like miscommunication, being separated from a caregiver, being hurt, or getting lost. Not Your Child can resolve these situations quickly.
Not Your Child Corp’s device
is meant to use in every day situations or even while traveling. It is designed for comfortable use with an included custom lanyard It works in 104 countries. This armband was developed using US Military shock & vibration + waterproof standards, so you know it works well. The device works on both web and mobile devices and is available for iOS, Android, and Blackberry platforms.
Check back soon for our review of the wearable GPS tracker from Not Your Child Corp!
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Dislcaimer: This post is in partnership with Not Your Child Corp. All opinions are my own & may differ from your own. This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment.