Mom’s Viral TikTok about What to Do if a Child Goes Missing Is a Must Watch

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It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: losing your child in a public place. There’s nothing quite like the fear of being in a busy place and not being able to see them––but TikTok mom Jess Martini has some key advice.

The mom to three boys recently shared several ways to not only locate your child in a crowded space like a store, mall, zoo or amusement park, but to potentially stop a child abduction in progress. Keep scrolling to see her tips she shared on her TikTok account!

@jesmartini

Reposted bc its so impt and I want as many parents to see it as possible- cc this time #momsoftiktok #fyp #foryou #psa #dadsoftiktok #besafe

♬ original sound – Jess martini

Martini went on to share even more advice regarding how to remember what your child is wearing when you are knowingly heading into a place with tons of people––and it’s genius.

@jesmartini

If you’re here from the news articles- follow up tips to keep your kids safe in public ❤️#momsoftiktok #fyp #foryou #psa #dailyvlog #staysafe

♬ original sound – Jess martini

Martini’s key takeaway is to not be quiet about searching for your child. Do you feel strange doing it? Probably yes. Could it also save your child? Also yes.

As any parent would agree, it’s worth it to find your kiddo––and give them a neverending hug when you do.

––Karly Wood

Feature photo: Pexels

 

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