I saw this video last year, and it’s been making it’s round on Facebook again. Do your children know how to protect themselves from being abducted? I would think that screaming “You’re not my Daddy” would be enough, but apparently people don’t care enough to risk looking silly if it ends up being tantrum instead of an abduction.
I remember being taught that if someone tried to grab me, start shrieking “Fire!” It’s more likely to get people’s attention since fire puts everyone in the area at risk. Then, when you have people’s attention, start adding in “help” and “you’re not my daddy.”
I think that’s what I’ll be teaching my kids.
What do you teach your children about how to protect themselves against child abduction?