Tattoos that even your conservative MIL can get behind

My kids are old enough now that I no longer have to drill them on our phone number and what to do if they get lost. But oh what I wouldn’t have given back then for the brilliant SafetyTats, especially when my son was both pre-verbal and afflicted with a life-threatening allergy.

These temporary tattoos were developed by a mom who once wrote her cell number on her kids’ arms during an outing, only to discover that the ink smudged off, of course. You can choose from myriad of the original styles that apply like ordinary temporary tattoos, or go for the quick stick write-ons, which don’t even require water for application.

Have them preprinted with your cell number, or get blanks that come with a special pen. Then mark your child as allergic, autistic, diabetic, or simply addicted to tattoos.  -Mir

Mir Kamin is a prolific writer, the author of the popular blogs Woulda Shoulda and WantNot.net, and a former contributor to Cool Mom Picks and Cool Mom Tech.

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