Mom Jess Martin took to TikTok to share the ‘noise look’ technique and other tips with parents to help if they lose their baby in public
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Jess Martin (posted under the name @jesmartin ) recently arrived TikTok to discuss the ‘peek-peek’ technique that helped her find her son the day he wandered through a store and now wants all parents to do the same.
“If you’re at an amusement park, zoo, mall, whatever it is, and you look around and your kids are no longer with you, what you want to do is start looking out loud for them. . Don’t start looking for them silently,” she explains in the clip.
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“You want to look really loud, and I mean you start shouting their description while looking. It’s going to sound like this: I’m looking for a boy, five years old, short brown hair, brown eyes, who white leather, red Nike t-shirt, black shorts, black shoes.
“Now you have every single person around you looking for your baby instead of just you, and the best case scenario is someone finds your kids and they return them to you.”
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If it’s the worst-case scenario and someone has taken your kids, this increases the chances of them leaving as soon as they hear people immediately looking for them and knowing exactly what they look like.
“You may feel like you look stupid doing it, and you probably can too, but it’s better to look stupid than sorry,” Jess added.
The mom went on to share a few more tips, which include dressing your kids in bright, matching colors so they’re easily recognizable when out in public.
“Once I went to a fun place and there were three brothers and they were all wearing neon pink. The only thing I could focus on were those brothers because they stood out so much,” she said. more.
Jess also suggests taking pictures of the kids before you go out, so you have pictures that show everyone exactly what they look like on that particular day, as well as writing your phone number on their arm. Friend.
It’s terrifying to think about your child going missing under any circumstances, but in the event anything does happen, these tips can make a real difference.
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