kids. Thursday , November 16th , 2017 - 10:03:27 AM
At 4 years old, his grandparents and I saw him in flight mode. He was on the ADHD medication Vyvanse. He got sprayed with the water hose one day, as he had many times before, and his brain went right into fight or flight mode. He flew. And he flew right towards the street. It took 3 adults about 10 minutes to catch him. This is just one example.
It is a straight forward decision in case of parents and elders; they go in for custom outfits even if they are a bit more expensive. But it is essential expense in the context of social living. But when it comes to making decision with regard to buying custom clothes for children we are confused and the decision swings between yes and no indecisively. Parents do want their children well dressed and presentable. Their smart looks among the kids of friends is a pleasure to watch. When appreciated by high-end society friends it is almost an achievement leading to the ascending steps of social recognition. But the utter uselessness of buying designer clothes for children too cross the mind because soon the children will grow and leave behind the costly designer clothes smaller in size as unusable. So it becomes a hard decision to make.
Last, but definitely not least is visibility. There are tons of ways to make your child visible both to others walking, but to those in vehicles. There are flashlights, glow sticks, glow neclaces, bracelets, etc. to keep your child easy to see. There are even crafts to make your own reflective halloween spooky neclaces. Whichever way that you decide to keep your child lit up, they will be safer than if they aren't able to be seen.
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