Look how stinkin' cute this charm is . . .
one . . .
We use this one for Nate (although he has already lost it so I am ordering another) . . .
This site was sent to me by my dear friend, Celeste Dunbar and I just love it!
I get 15% off of my order for linking back to this site but I promise I would have posted this anyway. :-)
I am pretty strong in my belief that Nate must wear a medical bracelet because he cannot speak for himself just yet. I would actually tattoo his forehead with the information if that were not such cruel and unusual punishment! I'm a nervous Nelly anyway but when I asked about them in the hospital the doctor simply said that it would be a good idea for Nate to wear one in case there was ever a situation where Jim or I could not provide the life saving care or information for our precious son. Enough said.
I have also contacted On-Star which is a service in our GM truck that provides emergency assistance in case of an accident and put his medical history on our account so that if we were in an accident they would relay the information to the paramedics.
Any other tips or suggestions for keeping our wee ones safe?