Be Aware IDs Helps Drivers To Remember the Baby in the Back Seat

Let's not lose one more precious life because a driver forgot that a child was in the back seat
Child Cord Attachment
Child Cord Attachment
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June 14, 2012 - PRLog -- As long as we are human, we will continue to forget things. Usually, our forgetfulness is harmless and we don't think much about  leaving keys or groceries in the car. Sometimes, however, it ends in tragedy.

Too many times we have watched the news only to learn that yet another poor baby was forgotten and left in a car. It could be the grandfather that was asked to drop off the baby or maybe it was a parent that didn't usually drop the baby off at daycare. Maybe it was a caregiver, neighbor or friend filling in for you. Most times, it is simply because the driver was not used to traveling with the child and got side tracked or forgot..

Maria Lazzati, founder of tells us that,."The reality is that it could happen to anyone.  How many of us drive to work on "auto pilot?" You have so much on your mind that you forgot the actual drive."

"I am willing to bet that many of us have had a close call or two but we will never admit it because thankfully, it turned out okay," she adds.

Lazzati designed and created a simple yet effective solution to end the nightmare of one more baby being left in a car. It's called the Child Cord Attachment and can easily be used by anyone.  It is a five foot lanyard (pink or blue) and has a swivel hook attached to each end. A carabiner is included, as well. The driver clips one end on their key chain and the other end (with carabiner) is attached to the car seat, the seatbelt retainer, the headrest post or any part of the car. When the driver exits the vehicle, they are stopped by the cord limit.  It is a simple tool that can be used by anyone.

There is also an ID included, and customers can upload a photo of their baby to be printed on the ID. The Child Cord Attachment costs just $9.99 and includes the ID.

No one plans on leaving a baby in the car. Avoid the risk of tragedy by using this cord.
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