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What are your top ways of not losing your child in massive theme park crowds?

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    When I go into big crowds with my kids I use a marker pen (like triathletes use to write their competitor number on themselves) and write my cell phone number on their forearm or wrist area, somewhere really prominent (my wife stopped me writing it across their foreheads!).
    Phil about 9 years ago

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    I have 5 kids ages 3-10 and go to WDW yearly. This is what I do to remain sane:

    Teach them what to do if they get lost. (remain exactly where they are and count to 100, if they get to 100 and we still haven't found them find the closest cast member and tell them they are lost, do not talk to anybody else about being lost) Assure them they will not be in trouble if they get lost and follow those simple steps.

    We also made laminated cards with our cellphone numbers that we attach to their belt loops like luggage tags and they know to show them to the cast member if lost.

    That said they only few times that we have been separated we always reunited before they reached 100 while frozen in place. about 9 years ago

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    whatch them at all times almost 9 years ago

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    Pick a prominent land mark to meet at in case anyone gets lost and wear bright clothes. almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Erica via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    Yes, play it safe, you must watch them all the times. almost 9 years ago

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