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Missing Child Emergency Kit: Important Information for Police

The Twincesses start kindergarten in the fall, and the thought puts me into full on panic mode! Their school district has decided to change kindergarten from Monday to Friday half days to every other day, full days…cue me, crying and having a nervous breakdown. For real. I have literally broken down in tears about it more times than I care to admit. I know my girls can handle it, and that they’re ready, but, am I?

I have sooo many fears thanks to my love of crime T.V. shows, including, but not limited to my greatest fear, child abduction/a lost child. So since I can’t microchip my children with a GPS tracker, in an attempt to ease my fear, be proactive, and be prepared, I’ve created a Missing Child Emergency Kit, and am sharing it with you today! If god forbid you should ever become separated from your child, this kit has all of the information the police will need to help find them.

You should update the information in this kit every year. Keep one copy in your car (in the event that your child goes missing at a public place like a fair or mall) and one at home.  And remember, you DO NOT have to wait a certain amount of time before reporting a missing child to the police. Report immediately, and provide authorities with your Missing Child Emergency Kit.

I sincerely hope that none of you ever have to use your Missing Child Emergency Kit!

Now tell me, who else is freaking out about their kids starting kindergarten in September???

13 thoughts on “Missing Child Emergency Kit: Important Information for Police

  1. Can we all just agree that micro-chipping our kids would be so great for mom’s stress levels!?!?! One of my greatest fears is a child going missing. This is such a helpful resource. Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. This is honestly something I’m not very well prepared for, so I’m glad you wrote about it. Definitely planning to put it all together for my boys.

  3. First of all, I love the name of your blog. I love crime shows too, so I’m always thinking of what I would do in the worst case scenario. This is such a good idea!cc

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