(PRWEB) February 28, 2002
For Immediate Release
PO BOx 271
Banks OR 97106
Children's ID Cards and FingerPrint Kits keep kids safer!
Kay Green understands the importance of child safety. Every mother's worst nightmare is being separated from her child and the finder not knowing where the child lives or whom to contact. Even worse is the possibility of being in a terrible auto accident and left unconscious and unable to fill others in on your children's needs.
My Precious Kid (http://www.mypreciouskid.com/index.html) will inspire mothers to take a time out for their children's safety. In just a few simple clicks of the mouse, moms can special-order ID cards and finger print kits that will ultimately add to the safety of their children.
When Kay Green began homeschooling her children, field trips began to pose a problem. In order to get student discounts, her children needed student ID's. Since the children were homeschooled, student ID's didn't exist. To solve the problem, and have peace of mind when they went out in public, Kay developed her own ID's. Over time, she began to see the importance of these ID's for all homeschooled children and thus began her business venture. In time, Kay expanded the ID concept to include products that would ultimately protect our children.
Kay's ID cards can include the most recent photo of your child, fingerprint, allergy information, medication requirements, and contact information for you, your spouse, and the doctor!
Her personal relationship with her children seemed to have inspired her to start this business, but it's the satisfaction of helping other parents keep their children safe that keeps her going. Since that initial product, she has developed ID tags for car seats, strollers, adoptive children, and overnight bags.
Christine of Creative Kids at Home says, "Â Most of the attractions we visit (museums, science center, art galleries) want a student ID for discount admission rates. The admission clerk often has no idea what to charge for children who don't attend a traditional school. A home-school ID Card solves the problem nicely."
My Precious Kid ID cards "Â are an excellent way to enhance the protection for your child," says Angela Parker. "As a new mom, safety is a number one priority and I know it is for other mothers also."
Kay Green describes her product as "mom-essential." Just as essential is her Adoption and Homeschool Resource Center (http://www.preciouskids.org) which offers tons of links to parents who homeschool and/or adopt children. Which just so happens to offer a wonderful book about homeschooling, written by Kay Green herself.